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Getting a new tranny, so started looking at coolers to replace my old one. My cooler is the little *rectangular* air-to-oil radiator slanted underneath the intercooler and main radiator, right?

When I research a new cooler I find these part numbers:
5C3Z-7A095-CA (26 row cooler)
5C3Z-7A095-B (31 row cooler)

Both of these are large *square* coolers!? Doesn't look to bolt in place of my old one. Any kind of install instructions have you taking the front grill apart and adding this new cooler to the front of the main radiator. Most of these are 7.3L guys updating to the 6.0L coolers.

I can't find anything about replacing that rectangular transmission oil cooler slanted underneath.

Thanks for any clarification.
 

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The little slanted cooler is for power steering on the 6.0 trucks. The automatic cooler is huge and fits in between the radiator and intercooler or between the intercooler and condenser. My old 6.0 had a manual so it didn't have the big cooler, so I can't tell you exactly where it was

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