Look and see if you find one. I just replaced the o-rings and gaskets on my 93 S10 Blazer 4WD, there is a block where the oil filter would normally go and hoses leading up to the remote oil filter location under the air filter housing, the oil filter housing has a cover on the opposite side of the hoses marked oil cooler where an oil cooler hose set would lead to an oil cooler if it had one. I suspect your blazer is like mine and doesn't have an oil cooler. The kit I had to get with the gaskets and o-rings was called an oil cooler repair kit. I have the 4.3 v6 with the cci vortec injection. I was wrong in telling you that my 93 S10 Blazer didn't have an oil cooler, I looked at it again today to help answer another question and found oil cooler lines leading from the remote oil filter housing. They go down which is why I didn't see them when I worked on the lines from the engine. there should be two oil lines running from above the oil filter to the rad, just like an a/t cooling line
It is an engine oil cooler. They come stock with a trans cooler.
Transfers heat from the engine oil to the ambient air which flows through the fins of the oil cooler, thus cooling the engine oil.
A 1992 Honda Accord does not have an Engine oil cooler. It can have a transmission oil cooler, which is built into the radiator.
It is probably the oil cooler lines.
Where is the engine oil cooler on a 1998 Ford Econoline van E150
Find the part that needs to be replaced and do what u need to do to get it off if then put the new part on :)
4.3 quarts. (With cooler).
Those lines are what oil flows through so it can get to the oil cooler and cool the engine oil down, It helps the life of the engine.
An oil cooler works the same as a radiator that cools coolant
Yes, the 2000 Olds Silouette has an engine oil cooler, as well as a transmission oil cooler for the automatic tranny. The engine oil cooler is built in to the engine oil filter housing. Water/coolant enters from the engine block, circulates around the filter housing and exits through a tube to the lower intake manifold. If an engine starts getting oil in the coolant and coolant in the engine oil, this could very well be the source of the problem. An internal leak.
It is on the bottom of the engine.
If your vehicle has an engine oil cooler ther will be two hydraulic lines going to each side of your radiator. If there are only lines going to one side of your radiator, then it doesn't have an engine oil cooler.
The engine oil and the transmission oil both are inside the radiator, the engine oil cooler is at the driver side and the other one is at the passenger side.
radiators are used as transmission coolers (typically) and only on automatic transmissions. you will have two metal oil cooler lines that go from the trans to one of the side tanks of the radiator. if you indeed have an engine oil cooler (on newer cars and trucks) you will have an add'tl two lines that go from the engine block (usually at a oil filter adapter housing) to the other radiator tank. if you have a standard trans and still have cooler lines going to the radiator its for engine oil. some but not many vehicles use the engine oil cooler as a total separate cooler usually mounted in various locations around the radiator and it will be smaller.
Alot depends two wheel drive is on rear of engine where four wheel drive is on a remote oil cooler under access door below radiator
You can tell the oil cooler is bad in a Cadillac CTS 2003 when oil is in the coolant and the water turns into a white muddy substance
Mounted to the bottom of the engine in the oil pan.
The automatic transmission oil cooler is built into the radiator. If the oil cooler developes a leak the oil mixes with the engine coolant.
The oil pressure switch on a 1998 Chevy Blazer is on the side of the engine block. It is located above the oil filter.
if this is a 1.8 engine its 3.9 with oil cooler and 3.7 w/o oil cooler
AnswerThe engine oil drain plug is located at the lowest point on the engine oil pan.
HEadgasket failure, internal oil cooler leak.
oil cooler is located on lower right side of engine need to get under vehicle to see it
if it has lines going from your oil filter adapter to a cooler in front of your radiator
On a 2003 LS with a 3.9, it is located just behind the engine oil filter when looking at the filter head on. In other words, the oil filter actually screws on to the oil cooler itself.