And heres is the oil cooler, now the unit its self are not the problem its the seals on it that has failed due to material design flaw, followed by age and mileage, now the neat thing about this oil cooler design is that if in the event if liquid begins to leak between the V the oil cooler is at an inclination and the oil or any fluid will flow ...
The crankcase in a car is used as a storage place for oil, usually in a pan located below the crankshaft.While the crankshaft and the oil aren't intended to come into contact (because if they did the oil would get frothed up like a thick, black milkshake), oil vapors can still find their way into the blow-by gases. If you about to replace the engine on your bellowed G-Class this is a part you will definitely need for your project. Brand new, original Mercedes G-Class deep oil pan allows you to mount OM606.910(1995-W124) or OM606.912 TURBO(1997-1999 W210) diesel engine directly to your G-Class without interfering with front axle and frame.
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