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Old 04-21-2014, 11:52 AM   #1
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Power steering cooler unit

Anyone know who makes the power steering cooler unit on a 2002 alpine motor coach, peak chassis, cummin diesel 400 hp. Need to find part, checked cummin, freightliner, no luck. A part number would help even more. Stuck in Georgia
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Old 04-21-2014, 01:29 PM   #2
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OK--I give up--what is a power steering cooler unit????? If you mean the hydraulic fluid cooling radiator, is was a custom job for WRV by Radiator Specialists in Sacramento, Ca... [I think] as they did make the water radiator and charge air cooler stack. If yours cant be fixed, one will probably have to fabricated...
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I am confused also. If you are stuck due to the failure of something could you be more specific. Have you lost all the hydraulic fluid? Why do you think it is associated with the cooling part?
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Sorry you here for the first time with problems.
If you can't post a picture, dimensions including size of connections might help.
Can't believe Freightliner, couldn't help.
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Old 04-21-2014, 09:52 PM   #5
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Its just an oil cooler. IIWMI'd check out generic oil coolers for a size match.
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Old 04-22-2014, 03:48 AM   #6
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Appreciate the great responses. The service center in Florida called it a power steering cooler. It is the hydraulic cooler for steering and I used a lot limping into Georgia.
I am having it removed today and will post size and pic. I'lll take it to a radiator welder and see if it can be repaired.
Thanks to all of you.
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Well got cooler out needs new core at $1,700.00 not including labor of $900.00 hope none of yo have to go through this.
Need to know where i can get the aluminum filter screen that covers the cooler 48" x 19" and also the rubber gasket that goes around it

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"Aluminun filter screen"--not sure what that is but unless Specialty Radiator of Scarameto Ca has something on the shelf [unlikely] you will have to have it fabricated. So tell me again--what is an Aluminun filter screen????[Pictures???]
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