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oil cooler gasket PN for the archives

Post by jake » Mon Feb 02, 2009 9:27 pm

There are three gaskets in the oil cooler/oil filter adaptor assembly. The dealer faxed me a copy of the parts fische, but I can't seem to figure out how to post images here. Here are the dealer PNs in case you are trying to track down these parts.

Block to oil cooler gasket: E3ZZ6L621A
Oil cooler to oil filter adaptor: E5RY6840A
O-ring under the bolt that secures oil filter adaptor to oil cooler: E5RY6838A

I got items 2 and 3 above for $5 and $3 a piece from Green Sales Inc (513-731-3304). Item 2 I had shipped in from a dealership in Georgia for $23.

Good luck stopping those leaks.
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Post by meotchh » Fri Mar 27, 2009 9:16 pm

I have the proper oil cooler seal for sale that installs between the oil cooler & the block. I have listed this item on SVOCA, Turbo Ford, & 4eyed Pride. If you are interested in purchasing the seal let me know.

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1: $15ea
3: $14ea
5: $13ea

**All prices include S&H to The CONUS. Additional charges may apply for Canada or other areas outside The CONUS.


I will accept payments through paypal online.

If you would like pics of the o-ring let me know. You can also find several people on the other forums that have purchased the seals & have installed them. [/img]

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Post by Garret » Sat Mar 28, 2009 9:17 pm

I already posted this but an old sealing ring from an oil filter works just fine or at least it has been for a year of DD action on my merkur

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Post by meotchh » Sun Mar 29, 2009 3:18 am

Garret wrote:I already posted this but an old sealing ring from an oil filter works just fine or at least it has been for a year of DD action on my merkur
Garret,
Best of luck with that. The oil filter gasket is not the same material & is not intended to go through the heat cycles & last. The design of the oil cooler o-ring that Modine used was meant to last 20+ years if it is left in place.

I have the proper seal if you would like to replace that oil filter gasket.
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Post by Garret » Sun Mar 29, 2009 5:57 am

I'm sure you do, but for 15 dollars, I think I can deal with replacing it should it start to leak again. Considering everytime I do an oil change I gather another spare.

Not knocking your product in any way, I'm just not fixing a 99 cent problem with a 15 dollar part that will probably outlast my car and I'm doing away with the oil cooler/heater unit anyways

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Post by meotchh » Mon Mar 30, 2009 2:10 am

Garret wrote:I'm sure you do, but for 15 dollars, I think I can deal with replacing it should it start to leak again. Considering everytime I do an oil change I gather another spare.

Not knocking your product in any way, I'm just not fixing a 99 cent problem with a 15 dollar part that will probably outlast my car and I'm doing away with the oil cooler/heater unit anyways
As I said good luck with the oil filter gasket, it is your car & your choice. The proper seal will not leak when properly installed & will not become a potential problem.
Another thing to note, if you try to purchase the Ford NOS o-ring/seal it will run you at least $29.99 + shipping & handeling. The part I am selling is not the NOS Ford part but it is the equivilant replacement made to Modine specifications.
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Post by Garret » Mon Mar 30, 2009 2:30 am

Mine Oil filter oring hasn't leaked either...

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Post by NavySVO » Mon Mar 30, 2009 7:48 am

Don't waste the time on him Mitch. Thank you for all the research and footwork you have done on this.

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Post by merkurmaniac » Mon Mar 30, 2009 11:54 am

I gotta go with the oil filer gasket. Works fine. Costs a buck, or free, and they don't leak. It may be the one gasket on my car that doesn't. heh heh....
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Post by Frag » Mon Mar 30, 2009 2:08 pm

meotchh wrote:
Garret wrote:I'm sure you do, but for 15 dollars, I think I can deal with replacing it should it start to leak again. Considering everytime I do an oil change I gather another spare.

Not knocking your product in any way, I'm just not fixing a 99 cent problem with a 15 dollar part that will probably outlast my car and I'm doing away with the oil cooler/heater unit anyways
As I said good luck with the oil filter gasket, it is your car & your choice. The proper seal will not leak when properly installed & will not become a potential problem.
Another thing to note, if you try to purchase the Ford NOS o-ring/seal it will run you at least $29.99 + shipping & handeling. The part I am selling is not the NOS Ford part but it is the equivilant replacement made to Modine specifications.
You are dealing with one of the cheapest group of car folks around. Don't take offense and move on. I went to an air/air setup but may get a seal from you later on for another XR I own. I'd rather spend a few more bucks and not have to worry about leaks down the road. I find driving cars much more enjoyable than tinkering around with them.
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Post by meotchh » Mon Mar 30, 2009 2:18 pm

Frag wrote:
meotchh wrote:
Garret wrote:I'm sure you do, but for 15 dollars, I think I can deal with replacing it should it start to leak again. Considering everytime I do an oil change I gather another spare.

Not knocking your product in any way, I'm just not fixing a 99 cent problem with a 15 dollar part that will probably outlast my car and I'm doing away with the oil cooler/heater unit anyways
As I said good luck with the oil filter gasket, it is your car & your choice. The proper seal will not leak when properly installed & will not become a potential problem.
Another thing to note, if you try to purchase the Ford NOS o-ring/seal it will run you at least $29.99 + shipping & handeling. The part I am selling is not the NOS Ford part but it is the equivilant replacement made to Modine specifications.
You are dealing with one of the cheapest group of car folks around. Don't take offense and move on. I went to an air/air setup but may get a seal from you later on for another XR I own. I'd rather spend a few more bucks and not have to worry about leaks down the road. I find driving cars much more enjoyable than tinkering around with them.
No offense taken, I'm just trying to get the word out that there is a proper solution for those that want it.
Where are you located in Seattle? I'm in Graham & I also have some customers I serve in the Seattle area.
If you are not far & want to pick one up the price is $13 for local pick up.
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Post by steedafocusgirl » Wed Apr 01, 2009 2:25 pm

I will be picking up a set from you sometime soon.. :D
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Post by meotchh » Wed Apr 01, 2009 8:30 pm

steedafocusgirl wrote:I will be picking up a set from you sometime soon.. :D
Not a problem Kristin. Just let me know when you are ready.
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Post by Frag » Fri Apr 03, 2009 7:20 am

meotchh wrote:
Frag wrote:
meotchh wrote: As I said good luck with the oil filter gasket, it is your car & your choice. The proper seal will not leak when properly installed & will not become a potential problem.
Another thing to note, if you try to purchase the Ford NOS o-ring/seal it will run you at least $29.99 + shipping & handeling. The part I am selling is not the NOS Ford part but it is the equivilant replacement made to Modine specifications.
You are dealing with one of the cheapest group of car folks around. Don't take offense and move on. I went to an air/air setup but may get a seal from you later on for another XR I own. I'd rather spend a few more bucks and not have to worry about leaks down the road. I find driving cars much more enjoyable than tinkering around with them.
No offense taken, I'm just trying to get the word out that there is a proper solution for those that want it.
Where are you located in Seattle? I'm in Graham & I also have some customers I serve in the Seattle area.
If you are not far & want to pick one up the price is $13 for local pick up.
I'm actually just south of Seattle in Tukwila. I will keep that in mind when the time comes. :D
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Post by meotchh » Fri Apr 02, 2010 4:36 pm

Due to increases in postage & increase from my supplier I had to adjust the prices on the o-rings.

Qty:
1-2: $18ea
3-4: $16ea
5 : $13ea
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