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1997 850 GLT Engine Swap (M4.3 M4.4 AC compatability issue)

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Re: 1997 850 GLT Engine Swap (M4.3 M4.4 AC compatability issue)

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Chuck W wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2019 7:05 am One of the benefits of the RN swap is getting rid of the early oil cooler/lines. I was VERY happy about that when we swapped motors on the wife's car. No more leaky oil lines/connections. Even if you stay with an N engine, I would suggest the RN oil pan/cooler swap. I'll be doing that on my '97 T5 when I get under it for the manual swap.
+1 I really despise working on those oil cooler lines.
'95 854 T5-R, Motronic 4.4, 185k
'96 855 NA, 145k
'98 S70 NA, 220k (living out west)
'98 V70, T5 tune-injectors-turbo, LPT engine, 293k
'06 S60 R, 167k
'99 Camry V6 :shock: 130k
gone: '96 NA 850 210k, '98 NA V70 182k
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