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Old 07-29-2020, 01:29 PM   #1
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Location of transmission cooler 1994 Ford F53

Can someone tell me the location of the factory added transmission cooler on a 1994 Itasca Suncruiser on an F53 chassis? I think I have it right, part number is F3TD-7869-AA, located to the left of the radiator. Under the radiator, towards the right, I saw another part with condenser coils, so I'm not sure. I think that might be the a/c condenser coil. I can't find a diagram in my manual.
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The number F3TD-7869-AA is not a Ford part number. It looks like a Ford drawing number or an engineering number.
It also looks like the number that FORD puts on parts.
But Ford has not put a Part number on a part since 1955.
A Ford part number would have a "Z" in it and would start with something like F3TZ and then the base number followed by letters for the upgrades.


I think the part number you are looking for might be F4TZ-7A095-A.

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To figure out which is which, follow the A/C hoses to radiator area.....and the same for trans cooler....follow the lines....
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Can someone tell me the location of the factory added transmission cooler on a 1994 Itasca Suncruiser on an F53 chassis? I think I have it right, part number is F3TD-7869-AA, located to the left of the radiator.
By your description of the location, I would guess that is an engine oil cooler or power steering cooler.

I general, moving from the farthest forward cooler toward the engine, it is usually the transmission cooler, A/C condenser and then radiator.
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The number F3TD-7869-AA is not a Ford part number. It looks like a Ford drawing number or an engineering number.
Yes, it is an engineering part number. Always prefix-base-suffix.

The prefix indicates the model year and possibly car line the part was released for.
The base part number is the same for ALL applications (and engine control module is a 12A650).
The suffix indicates revision or different manufacturers.

Replacement parts may not use the exact same number, but the base part number (7869) is usually in there.

EDIT : 99% certain that a 7869 is a transmission cooler.
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EDIT : 99% certain that a 7869 is a transmission cooler.
The base number for the transmission cooler is 7A095.
Number 12 in the callout below.




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F4TZ-7A095-A is the part

Thank you to everyone for the fast responses. F4TZ-7A095-A is the right part, and the location matches what Subford posted above. Looks like the part I saw under the radiator is the power steering oil cooler, base part 3D746.

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