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Im waiting for some parts for my transfer case and i was wondering if there was a decent kit i can put for my transcooler and for how much? cause it works amazing in the morning but when it heats up in the afternoon i hear weird noises, its in its factory configuration now, wanted to know if maybe this kit from where i work would work ?
if not, can any one recomend me a good kit that brings pretty much everything i would need?

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Im waiting for some parts for my transfer case and i was wondering if there was a decent kit i can put for my transcooler and for how much? cause it works amazing in the morning but when it heats up in the afternoon i hear weird noises, its in its factory configuration now, wanted to know if maybe this kit from where i work would work ?
if not, can any one recomend me a good kit that brings pretty much everything i would need?

Thanks!

That should do the trick.

I dont know what size the ports are on your transmission, but a factory trans cooler for our years use a 1/2-20 threaded 5/16 inverted flare fitting.
 

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That should do the trick.

I dont know what size the ports are on your transmission, but a factory trans cooler for our years use a 1/2-20 threaded 5/16 inverted flare fitting.
Alright!!! thanks
 

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If you really want to go overkill these 6.0 transmission coolers is what the SD community always suggests for the 99-04 trucks.
320$ jeez D: i just want something to cool abit betther than stock
 

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ok changed it!!! it was just the zipcode that was wrong, but still 198, kinda leaning for the autozone one with everything needed
I search for those types of things in the junkyards but they are rarely in good shape. The AZ unit will be fine. I use a similar one as an oil engine cooler on my bronco.

The stacked plate coolers are more efficient than tube and fin, but cost more.
 

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Yo Fox,
A belated response. Sorry !
E4OD Cooler Return Line Chart;
Fitting Location Thread Size Flow Direction
Front ¼” Pipe Cooler feed/out
Rear ¼” Pipe Return/in
@ Wayback Machine
by TRANSMISSION EXCHANGE CO
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See attached Standard & Optional E4OD Transmission Fluid Cooler/ Tubes Diagram in F-250, F-350, F-Super Duty, Bronco, 5.0L, 5.8. by Ford
@ 1996 Bronco/F-Series
Item Part Number Description
1 7A095 Optional Transmission Fluid Cooler
Note that the Standard Cooler within Radiator is on Right Side of diagram.
2 8005 Radiator
3 7A031 Fluid Cooler Tube
4 7D273 Fluid Tube Connector
5 372223-S101 C-Clip
6 7N291 Transmission Fluid Cooler Line Clip
7 7A030 Fluid Cooler Inlet Tube
8 Connector (Part of 7000)
9 7000 Automatic Transmission
10 376240-S Clamp
11 N809635-S165A Hose
12 7F113 Inlet Tube
13 7F112 Outlet Tube
A Tighten to 17-23 Lb-Ft
B Tighten to 27.4-38.0 Lb-Inch
C Tighten to 7-11 Lb-Ft

●Cooler, B&M; Installation in a 93
Source: by Kevin L at B&M Transmission Cooler Install pics are gone.
 

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Yo Fox,
A belated response. Sorry !
E4OD Cooler Return Line Chart;
Fitting Location Thread Size Flow Direction
Front ¼” Pipe Cooler feed/out
Rear ¼” Pipe Return/in
@ Wayback Machine
by TRANSMISSION EXCHANGE CO
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See attached Standard & Optional E4OD Transmission Fluid Cooler/ Tubes Diagram in F-250, F-350, F-Super Duty, Bronco, 5.0L, 5.8. by Ford
@ 1996 Bronco/F-Series
Item Part Number Description
1 7A095 Optional Transmission Fluid Cooler
Note that the Standard Cooler within Radiator is on Right Side of diagram.
2 8005 Radiator
3 7A031 Fluid Cooler Tube
4 7D273 Fluid Tube Connector
5 372223-S101 C-Clip
6 7N291 Transmission Fluid Cooler Line Clip
7 7A030 Fluid Cooler Inlet Tube
8 Connector (Part of 7000)
9 7000 Automatic Transmission
10 376240-S Clamp
11 N809635-S165A Hose
12 7F113 Inlet Tube
13 7F112 Outlet Tube
A Tighten to 17-23 Lb-Ft
B Tighten to 27.4-38.0 Lb-Inch
C Tighten to 7-11 Lb-Ft

●Cooler, B&M; Installation in a 93
Source: by Kevin L at B&M Transmission Cooler Install pics are gone.
Yo Fox,
A belated response. Sorry !
E4OD Cooler Return Line Chart;
Fitting Location Thread Size Flow Direction
Front ¼” Pipe Cooler feed/out
Rear ¼” Pipe Return/in
@ Wayback Machine
by TRANSMISSION EXCHANGE CO
¤¤¤
See attached Standard & Optional E4OD Transmission Fluid Cooler/ Tubes Diagram in F-250, F-350, F-Super Duty, Bronco, 5.0L, 5.8. by Ford
@ 1996 Bronco/F-Series
Item Part Number Description
1 7A095 Optional Transmission Fluid Cooler
Note that the Standard Cooler within Radiator is on Right Side of diagram.
2 8005 Radiator
3 7A031 Fluid Cooler Tube
4 7D273 Fluid Tube Connector
5 372223-S101 C-Clip
6 7N291 Transmission Fluid Cooler Line Clip
7 7A030 Fluid Cooler Inlet Tube
8 Connector (Part of 7000)
9 7000 Automatic Transmission
10 376240-S Clamp
11 N809635-S165A Hose
12 7F113 Inlet Tube
13 7F112 Outlet Tube
A Tighten to 17-23 Lb-Ft
B Tighten to 27.4-38.0 Lb-Inch
C Tighten to 7-11 Lb-Ft

●Cooler, B&M; Installation in a 93
Source: by Kevin L at B&M Transmission Cooler Install pics are gone.
im kinda confusd on the routing of the lines
they go into the original spot then come out where?
are there any photos i can see for reference?
 

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im kinda confusd on the routing of the lines
they go into the original spot then come out where?
are there any photos i can see for reference?
On my 96 f350, the trans cooler lines ran along the passenger side of the engine. It just essentially makes a big loop out one port of the trans, up to the cooler, and back.
 

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On my 96 f350, the trans cooler lines ran along the passenger side of the engine. It just essentially makes a big loop out one port of the trans, up to the cooler, and back.
kinda still confused, did you do a a full set of new lines ? or re use the stock ones?
 

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kinda still confused, did you do a a full set of new lines ? or re use the stock ones?
I actually removed them entirely, as I am swapping in a manual trans. The lines are rubber with a steel section by the engine. I would just run new rubber line the whole length. Route em as you see fit. There isnt really a right or wrong way to do it, except keeping the lines away from heat.
 
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I actually removed them entirely, as I am swapping in a manual trans. The lines are rubber with a steel section by the engine. I would just run new rubber line the whole length. Route em as you see fit. There isnt really a right or wrong way to do it, except keeping the lines away from heat.
ah ok! so you bypass the radiator one completly ! ok got it
 

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ah ok! so you bypass the radiator one completly ! ok got it
Oh uh mine didnt have that function. Though personally, i dont like having the trans fluid that close to coolant. I like separate coolers.

If you wanna run both, put the new one before the radiator cooler so the trans fluid doesnt heat up the coolant as much
 

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I have a B&M stacked cooler PN70274 (pretty sure I ordered through amazon) and I'm also running lines through the cooler in my radiator. The shop that rebuilt my tranny recommended I keep those in place because it helps with tranny temps if you're sitting at idle when it's hot out, which in Florida is about half the year..

I've got an autometer gauge to keep track of temps..if I'm hard on it, they'll get up to about 180, but that's it..

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