WHere can i get a genuine oil cooler for a decent price. i took my car to the garage today and they advised that i had a damaged oil cooler that requires replacement, there is oil leaking from all over,.Advised that the car should not be driven as the hot oil could cause the sever damage to the transmission.
Oil Cooler on 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe
MOST POPULAR ANSWER by DaveJM ,
February 25, 2011
I'm not sure of any other place than the dealership that will have the transmission oil cooler you need. And yes, you really need to replace the cooler if it's leaking. Perhaps try a few dealerships to compare pricing.
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