Oil Cooler

The oil cooler is part of the heat exchanger and is cooled by air flow. Increasingly, engine oil is used in conjunction with engine cooling. An oil cooler is installed in almost every machine. Sometimes a heat exchanger may be installed in a liquid cooling circuit. 



When should you replace the oil cooler?


There are early signs of engine oil and coolant leaks that can be spotted when you look at your car periodically. These can include reduced coolant volume, visible clots on the oil filter, an unpleasant smell in the coolant or when the colour of the coolant changes and thick smoke appears. This means that the oil cooler is mechanically damaged, or the oil cooler gasket is worn and has lost its elasticity, or the gasket is cracked.


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How to order the oil cooler?


Choosing the oil cooler on partecha.com is easy and convenient. If you know the exact model of your car, you can do this by using the search forms to select the manufacturer, model and modification. And if you need any help or want to enquire about certain products, our consultants are always ready to consult you.