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Old 05-09-2012, 09:52 PM   #1
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CAT 31226E/C7 Oil Cooler leak

The block mounted Oil Cooler/ Oil filter Housing has a small drip by the engine block. Does anyone have a diagram or exploded view of what is under the cover so I can change the gaskets on both sides of the spacer plate.
I don't want to get into it and have ball checks or anything else fall out and me not know where they go.
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The block mounted Oil Cooler/ Oil filter Housing has a small drip by the engine block. Does anyone have a diagram or exploded view of what is under the cover so I can change the gaskets on both sides of the spacer plate.
I don't want to get into it and have ball checks or anything else fall out and me not know where they go.
CORRECTION. It should read 3126E / C7 Cat Engine. and I have seen where some have called it the Oil Filter Housing.
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Oil Cooler picture

I found this picture...

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File Type: pdf Oil cooler diagram.pdf (300.1 KB, 1674 views)
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Thank you so much. This is exactly what I was looking for.
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Chuck, I purchased the oil cooler gasket kit yesterday from local Cat dealer in Atlanta (Yancey Power Systems). It is P/N 250-9214, looking at the packaging right now. Total of 22 pieces, many o-rings and I'm told it covers multiple iterations of 3116/3126/C7 engines so there will be many unused pieces. Dave

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Chuck, I purchased the oil cooler gasket kit yesterday from local Cat dealer in Atlanta (Yancey Power Systems). It is P/N 250-9214, looking at the packaging right now. Total of 22 pieces, many o-rings and I'm told it covers multiple iterations of 3116/3126/C7 engines so there will be many unused pieces. Dave

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Thanks Dave
You solved all of my problems. Great information. Good luck with yours.
It looks like I have a pretty streight shot into it. The only tight part will be the line coming into the top of the cover and removing the Turbo oil return line. We will see !
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