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Oil cooler lines

Alpine 1789

SAOCA President
Diamond Level Sponsor
I can tell you one thing not to do: use heat! I did that once and unsoldered the connectors. Fortunately, I wasn't planning on reusing the cooler, but that is definitely not something I recommend.

Gordon Holsinger

Diamond Level Sponsor
I talked to my local Brit car mechanic he told me to mask off the paint and try a electric heat gun and while it’s warm use a good penetrating oil like pb blaster since it has a wicking action probably have to repeat several times but it should eventually break free.