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post #1 of 8 Old 10-05-2012, 09:07 PM Thread Starter
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Jeep JK P.S/Trans cooler & mount bracket kit (Dual Cooler) in the southwest

Any one in the southwest running a PSC transmission/PS dual cooler setup?

Here's the link: http://www.pscmotorsports.com/vehicl...al-cooler.html

I am going to install this in 2 weeks and am having second thoughts based on how much of the radiator is covered.

My main questions is for people who are running this on their rigs: Have you seen any rise in engine coolant temps due to this install?

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Anyone, Anywhere. Please post up your climate and if you have had any engine cooling issues with this set up.

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Did you ever get any feedback on this? Did you install the psc cooler? I'm in the market and was wondering the same thing.

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Jeep JK P.S/Trans cooler & mount bracket kit (Dual Cooler) in the southwest

Ha, Cab, you raised this thread from the dead. Anywho, I am interested as well. I was thinking of going Redneck Ram but always interested in more info

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I did a bunch of google searches and did find one guy that claimed the dual cooler set up resulted in higher engine coolant temps, so he removed the ps cooler. Most others I've seen with this have said they have no issues with radiator coverage but I'd still like to see more feedback before going this route as I've had the Jeep overheat before and don't want to do anything to make that worse.

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I am running both, trans cooler on driver side and PS cooler on the passenger side. I have had the temp run up to 225 at the highest. I plan on getting a derale cooler with fan and mount it on the passenger side just below the inbox so that I can get more air into the radiator.

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I am running both, trans cooler on driver side and PS cooler on the passenger side. I have had the temp run up to 225 at the highest. I plan on getting a derale cooler with fan and mount it on the passenger side just below the inbox so that I can get more air into the radiator.
Do you think the temp was worse after the trans/ps cooler install?

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Oh definetely worse, those two together block alot of the radiator. When I was just running the trans cooler it was not so bad.

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