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Oil cooler is a device used to extract heat from oil and release it to the atmosphere.
High performance vehicles equipped with a dedicated oil cooling system are usually installed behind the bumper, either in front of the radiator or behind the side vents.
The job of the oil cooler is to keep the oil at its functional viscosity. When the engine heats up the oil too much, the oil will lose its viscosity, and eventually the moving parts cannot be lubricated.
Similar to the way a radiator cools the coolant, an oil cooler prevents hot oil from reaching the uncooled tank by allowing it to flow through its core. The inhaled air then passes through the ......Lean more about

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