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How to Replace Oil Cooler Lines in a 98 Chevy S-10 Blazer

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The 1998 Chevrolet S10 pickup was Chevy’s entry for that year in the midsize pickup market segment and came equipped with your choice of the 2.2-liter or the 4.3-liter engine. Both of these came equipped with either manual or automatic transmissions. In automatic transmissions, a pump pressurizes the transmission fluid to allow the transmission to work properly. This fluid is carried through oil cooler lines to exchange heat with the engine’s coolant. Normally, there are oil cooler fittings on the passenger side of the transmission and the side or bottom of the radiator and the lines connect the oil cooler and the transmission oil cooler fittings.

Things You’ll Need

2 wheel blocks, Jack, 2 jack stands, Flare nut wrenches, Drain pan

Instructions