bpd1151 Posted November 7, 2012 Report Share Posted November 7, 2012 Enclosed is the Official "How-To" on retro fitting the 2013 EcoBoost PP Auxiliary Oil cooler onto any '10, '11, or '12 model year. My apologies for any delay in producing this, as it seems time has escaped me for lack of better terms, and I've been preoccupied with a multitude of life's responsibilities. Either way, better late than never I suppose. :thumb: Before beginning, I'd like to extend my gratitude to the following individuals, each of whom played an integral role in assisting me in various forms, in order for me to achieve this modification to my 2010 non-PP SHO. 1st and foremost, Mr. Matt Hencinski, owner of Auto Wizard located in Manhattan, IL. for providing his time, and professional expertise, as well as lending me the use of his facility, and in some cases, tools. 2nd, fellow EBOF member Mr. Torrie McPhail for providing the necessary exploded parts diagrams, of which I used to identify the proper parts needed, as well as also using a guideline, or template for completing this mod. 3rd, fellow EBOF member MAC98SHO, for allowing me to personally inspect his 2013 PP SHO (and take pictures of same) which aided tremendously in understanding the lay out of the hoses, and how they went together, as that part of the puzzle was missing from the exploded diagram. _______________________________________________________ Now this mod was, in the grand scheme of things, relatively "easy" to perform. Mind you, it did require a moderate degree of effort, as well as a general working knowledge of the EcoBoost engine, and it's related parts. But not bad overall. If I recall correctly, overall install time was maybe 2hrs tops? I will say that I never previously performed any type of data logging, therefore, I have NO CLUE as to what my oil temps were running prior to completing this mod. However, since I have a dedicated oil temp gauge now, my observations since it's install is that the oil temps generally hover in the 190-195 range and I haven't really noticed it yet exceed 200 degrees, even during those times in which I've tracked my SHO. _______________________________________________________ Although the parts list below is now all inclusive as to what exactly will be needed, it under went several revisions (much like the Auxiliary Trans Cooler mod I performed) before determining, in it's finality, what was needed, and what is considered optional. TOTAL LIST PRICE (excluding optional items) = $374.15 Complete List Of Necessary Parts: Oil Cooler Assembly, 8A8Z*6A642*A, List Price @ $126.48 Oil Filter Adaptor, AT4Z*6881*A, List Price @ $107.89 Hose Assembly, DG1Z*6A715*A, List Price @ $35.87 Upper Radiator Hose, Part# AA5Z*8286*D, List Price @ $46.22 Lower Radiator Hose, Part # DG1Z*8286*B List Price @ $50.69 Hex Bolts, pkg of 4ea, W503277*S437, List Price @ $1.00ea **must purchase 2 pkg's total** _______________________________________________________ Below are Optional Parts, that are not necessary to this installation, but can be changed as desired: Oil Filter, FL*500*S, List Price @ $9.76 Oil Pressure Switch Assembly, 6U5Z*9278*D List Price @ $40.32 _______________________________________________________ It will be necessary to travel to any hardware or auto parts supply store to purchase a small metal hose clamp, as well as a metal plug for what I recall was maybe like $5? These parts will be explained later on here, but are used to "cap off" the 3rd cooling line that would've run to the Auxiliary PTU Cooler found exclusively on 2013 PP SHO's, but is not used in this application. _______________________________________________________ Below are individual images of all the items listed in the parts list, and are in the same descending order as it appears above. Oil Cooler Assembly (1 of 2): Oil Cooler Assembly (2 of 2): _______________________________________________________ Oil Filter Adapter (1 of 2): Oil Filter Adapter (2 of 2): _______________________________________________________ Hose Assembly (1 of 2): Hose Assembly (2 of 2): _______________________________________________________ Upper Radiator Hose Assembly (1 of 1): _______________________________________________________ Lower Radiator Hose Assembly (1 of 1): _______________________________________________________ Hex Bolts, pkg of 4, (1 of 2): Hex Bolts, pkg of 4, (2 of 2): _______________________________________________________ Below is the OPTIONAL Oil Pressure Switch Assembly (1 of 2): Oil Pressure Switch Assembly (2 of 2): Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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