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1066 engine oil cooler

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01-21-2011 14:54:33

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1066 tractor, the engine oil cooler started leaking. Got LOTS of oil in the water. Any decent way to get the oil out of the radiator and the rest of the engine. It has been draining for several days, but the oil is just so thick it won't be completly drained out. When it happened on our 1566, we were able to run it with soap and water and drain it a couple times. That was in the summer though. When the temp is hovering at 0 degrees, not sure if that would work. Don't really want to put anti-freeze in it until it is cleaned out. Also no place warm to put it. Any ideas? The new cooler should be here anytime.

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caterpillar guy

01-24-2011 19:19:13

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 re: 1066 engine oil cooler in reply to c-man, 01-21-2011 14:54:33  
Do as you did before. Then when your done for the final time, just run the hose in there for a bit, with the engine running. This will get the rest out the top then just wash the radiator off. I had to do it that way as the oil floats and would just coat the inside as the water drained down. I also had to replace the water pump about a month later. I guess that dawn dish soap had something to do with it.

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FC Andy

01-21-2011 19:07:31

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 Re: 1066 engine oil cooler in reply to c-man, 01-21-2011 14:54:33  
I don't see why you could not do what you've done before. As long as that block is warm from running, you won't have a problem. I'd fill it with your soap and water, run it , fill it with water, run it, keep repeating until clear, and then have your anti-freeze ready to fill when you're done. I'd only do it when you've got the time do do it all as one, though.

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Wisconsin Cowman

01-21-2011 16:41:13

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 Re: 1066 engine oil cooler in reply to c-man, 01-21-2011 14:54:33  
I maybe take the radiator shop where they can clean it out. You could try to flush it out with diesel fuel and drain the diesel out good.

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