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Old 29th November 2023, 20:15   #11
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The PBC101350 cooler on it is shot mixing oil and water, or is there a service kit for it, if servicing is possible.
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Hi Alan,

Someone dismantled the original longitudinal oil cooler and found, if my memory serves me well, that it can be repaired with replacement 'O' rings.

So yes, servicing is possible.

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Old 29th November 2023, 23:03   #12
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Default Oil cooler for my MG ZT-T 190+ 2001 2.5L V6

Thank you Simon, I might give it a go if I can get someone to take it off for me, wish me luck.
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Old 30th November 2023, 09:04   #13
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Hi Alan,

Someone dismantled the original longitudinal oil cooler and found, if my memory serves me well, that it can be repaired with replacement 'O' rings.

So yes, servicing is possible.

Simon
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Default Oil cooler for my MG ZT-T 190+ 2001 2.5L V6

Thank you for that, the pictures will definitely be extremely helpful, I will definitely give it a go.
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Old 30th November 2023, 20:07   #15
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