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930 oil cooler

hey guys,

does the 930 come stock w/the heavy duty oil cooler? is that what's hiding under the front valance?

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Old 11-08-2006, 08:44 AM
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Take a pic and post it so we can see what you refer to.
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ok will do Craig.
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Do you also have a fender cooler? Snap away! ;-)
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yah, me got fender cooler i think, passenger side. but i'll take pixs of both, ie fender and that thing behind the valance centrally located. i thought one of these had to do w/ac...but me not sure.
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There is an oil cooler in the passenger fender well and the AC condensor up front and low behind a round tube guard. You may be thinking this is an oil cooler?
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yep, that's it Rocket...AC condensor up front, now what's the radiator under my tea tray? i'm pretty sure it's ac related...is it the evaporator? i need to study up on the ac system and how it works.

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Another condensor. The evaporator is in the smugglers box in the fron trunk space. Also has the blower motor combined with it.

BTW. They don't work very well when they are working....
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understood, my compressor is not working but i just had a conversation w/a colleague about the heating system...about the servo, the dial-in between the seats- and all that crazy crap....i find myself having to constantly turn the heat on and off manually, as it gets hot very quickly. so i have to study up on this w/the manual and this board.

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I had the auto heat as well, but ditched it when I installed my shifter. I'm going with a manual heater controlled by a lever knob.
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yes, i've heard that's the way to go...especially since the auto heat business is not exactly cheap. i hope to have pixs of the coolers up this weekend before car goes into storage.
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