To prevent injury from hot, spraying oil, do not remove hydraulic connection hoses until engine is cool.
Disconnect all hydraulic oil cooler lines from oil cooler.
Remove eight self-locking nuts, lockwashers, washers, and bolts securing hydraulic oil cooler. Discard
Remove hydraulic oil cooler.
In the event of a hydraulic pump failure, the hydraulic oil cooler must be thoroughly flushed and cleaned.
Inspect oil cooler core for signs of blocked air fins. Check oil cooler core for signs of damage or fin deterioration.
Repair as necessary.
Check oil cooler hose fittings for signs of leakage and/or damage. Repair as necessary.
Installation of the hydraulic oil cooler is the reversal of the removal procedure with attention given to the following:
Ensure all hydraulic hoses are secure and no leaks are evident.
d. Follow-On Maintenance.
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c. Follow-On Maintenance
Tools and Special Tools
TM or Para
Cooling system drained.
Compound sealing, Loctite 567, Item 22, Appendix C
Estimated Time to Complete Task
MOS 62B, Construction Equipment Repairer