Make payments with PayPal - it's fast, free and secure! registry | CVN on Facebook | tech | news | email login Make payments with PayPal - it's fast, free and secure!


Welcome to CVN - Your Panther platform headquarters!


Custom Search


Topic Options
#411490 - 04/01/04 03:33 PM Power Steering Fluid Cooler on P73
Anonymous
Unregistered


I've got a line on a decent trans fluid/ps fluid cooler from a P71, and I'm wondering how tough this would be to install in my P73. Is it just a reroute of the lines?

Thanks

Top
Links
#411491 - 04/01/04 04:30 PM Re: Power Steering Fluid Cooler on P73
Anonymous
Unregistered


what year vic is it?

Top
#411492 - 04/01/04 04:45 PM Re: Power Steering Fluid Cooler on P73
Anonymous
Unregistered


Sorry...it's a 99

Top
#411493 - 04/01/04 09:58 PM Re: Power Steering Fluid Cooler on P73
johnnyiroc Offline
Over the Hill

Registered: 10/14/02
Posts: 4064
I dont think it is necessary, but if your circle track race it, maybe?
_________________________
Signature removed. See rules.

Top
#411494 - 04/01/04 10:16 PM Re: Power Steering Fluid Cooler on P73
Ronman® Offline
Metroplectic

Registered: 01/23/01
Posts: 30473
Loc: MCO
You already have a transmission cooler.
What possible reason could you have for wanting to go to the hassle and expense of installing a PS cooler?
_________________________
Log off life.

Top
#411495 - 04/02/04 11:34 AM Re: Power Steering Fluid Cooler on P73
JohnG Offline
Tech Admin
Grand Poobah

Registered: 06/15/01
Posts: 13025
Loc: Socialist state of MN
Having never actually SEEN the cooler set up on a P73, I'm not certain, but I *think* all '98 up Panters got P/S and A/T coolers (one assembly).
_________________________
- 2004 Mercury Grand Marquis (GMQ) GS - aka "Data"
Save MILLIONS, vote to outsource our Executives!
What happeded to "government by the people, of the people and for the people"?
RIP Ronald W. Reagan "The Great #40"

Top
#411496 - 04/02/04 01:59 PM Re: Power Steering Fluid Cooler on P73
Anonymous
Unregistered


I spent over 6 months researching the P71 Interceptor. It was without a doubt one of the best designed full size cars I've checked out. I decided that it was what I had to have, and then set out to find the perfect one. What I ended up finding out was that the late models were mostly traded in at a high mileage (for a one or two year old car). When I went to get financed on the cars I did find, the banks were reluctant to loan on 2003 models with 50k or 60k miles. So...I ended up compromising with a P73 that I intended to make as close to a P71 as I could. That's why I want an A-pillar spotlight, ps fluid cooler, honeycomb grill, blacked out rear valance and anything else I can replicate on my car. Yes, it may be overkill, but it's my little project. I come to this website to see if anyone else has done the things I'm interested in doing, and if they might be able to offer any wisdom, or maybe provide some warnings that may be aplicable.

Top
#411497 - 04/02/04 02:35 PM Re: Power Steering Fluid Cooler on P73
metroplex Offline
Metroplectic

Registered: 11/13/00
Posts: 49827
Loc: Motor City, USA
98-up Crown Vics all have the "Cop" ATF and PS fluid coolers.

Only CVPIs have the engine oil cooler.
_________________________
These aren't the droids you're looking for!

Top
#411498 - 04/03/04 12:44 AM Re: Power Steering Fluid Cooler on P73
johnnyiroc Offline
Over the Hill

Registered: 10/14/02
Posts: 4064
my 97 hpp came with ps cooler, why? I dont know.
Engine oil cooler, Im glad I dont have one. Problematic POS!
_________________________
Signature removed. See rules.

Top

Who's Online
8 registered (bluejay_32, Danger2manifold, a_d_a_m, dkswift, BlackVic_P71, 1 invisible), 79 Guests and 186 Spiders online.
Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Email Login
EMail Login Name
Password
 New users, sign up!
Top Posters (30 Days)
bluejay_32 194
a_d_a_m 141
Old_Guy_Stu 125
DudeAbides 90
Ponyguy 64
CrystalPistol 48
Davidzq 47
Moby_Vic 45
LTC_Dave 39
ClayBelt 37
Member Spotlight
Member Since: 08/07/03
Posts: 11705





Copyright 2000-2015 by Crownvic.net and Steve Spaulding. All Rights Reserved.
The photographs, graphics and data contained in this Web site are the properties of the contributors, or Crownvic.net and may not be used without expressed written consent.
Crownvic.net is not affiliated with the Ford motor company.

Happily consuming the fuel saved by Prius owners!