Mishimoto Releases 2003-07 6.0L Power Stroke Oil Cooler Kit

New from Mishimoto – the oil cooler kit for 2003–2007 6.0L Power Stroke. This kit is sure to restore your 6.0L Power Stroke’s oil cooling and protect your engine from unnecessary wear. See more details below.

Official Release:

Oil is the lifeblood of an engine, and in a hardworking diesel engine like the 2003–2007 6.0L Power Stroke, keeping that oil cool is essential to the engine’s health and running.

The stock 2003–2007 Power Stroke liquid-to-liquid oil cooler uses engine coolant to draw heat away from the oil and vent it through the engine radiator. It’s a stout design that typically performs well for daily driven trucks. However, after over 12 years of service, many of those stock coolers have seen better days.

A clogged or leaking oil cooler can reduce the oil’s ability to transfer heat to the coolant, causing thinning and a loss of protection for critical engine components. That’s why Mishimoto is proud to offer a stock replacement 2003–2007 Ford 6.0L Power Stroke oil cooler. This replacement cooler, complete with new seals and o-rings will restore your 6.0L Power Stroke’s oil cooling and protect your engine from unnecessary wear.

This cooler is a direct fit and provides all the cooling a daily driven 6.0L needs at an affordable price point. For even more protection, check out our 2003–2007 Ford 6.0L Power Stroke Coolant Filter Kit.

Like all Mishimoto 6.0L Power Stroke products, this stock replacement oil cooler is backed by our Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty for a lifetime of worry-free driving.

Features:

  • Direct fit for the 2003–2007 Ford 6.0L Power Stroke
  • Replaces clogged or leaking stock oil cooler for renewed performance
  • Included high-quality FKM seals and O-rings ensure a leak-free fit
  • Combine with the Mishimoto 2003–2007 6.0L Power Stroke Coolant Filter Kit to help protect your new oil cooler from cooling system debris
  • Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty

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