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TM 10-3930-664-24 2-17.  OIL COOLER REPLACEMENT This task covers:  Removal, Cleaning, Inspection, and Installation INITIAL SETUP: Tools and Test Equipment: Reference: General Mechanics Tool Kit (1, App.  E) LO 10-3930-664-12 Oil Filter Tool (27, App.  E) Torque Wrench (32, App.  E) Drain Pan (10, App.  E) Compressed Air Source, 70 PSI Materials / Parts: Equipment Condition: Engine Oil (14, App.  C) Radiator drained (para.  2-46) Gasket, Item 9 (1 ea.) Engine oil drained (para.  2-20) Gasket, Item 11 (1 ea.) Alternator removed (para.  2-55) O-Ring, Item 13 (1 ea.) A.  REMOVAL WARNING Heated  engine  parts  and  hot  engine oil  can  burn  you.    Take  care  not  to touch exhaust manifold while replacing oil filter. 1.     Remove  oil  filter  (1)  from  filter  head  (2)  using    a  oil filter  tool.    Discard    filter.    Remove  filter  adapter  (3) only  if replacement is required. 2.     Disconnect  engine  oil  sampling  tube  (4).    Remove elbows (5, 6) and adapter (7).  Remove and discard O-ring (13). 3.     Remove filter head (2) by removing fourteen screws (8). 4.     Remove filter head gasket (9), cooler core (10), and core gasket (11).  Discard gaskets. 5.     Remove plug (12) only if replacement is required. 2-76

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