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328 euro oil cooler

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  1. PWehmer

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    Can anyone post a picture of their oil cooler on a euro model 328?

    Mine looks like someone made new brackets and rotated the cooler. Now the duct hose doesn't match up.

    For whatever reason the euro on is different then the US version.
     
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    So a US car has the part #s 66 & 67 on it?
     
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    #4 DGS, Mar 21, 2004
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    No, those are not used on US, Saudi (SA) or 87 Swiss (C7) models.

    The "euro" model will have bracket 7, radiator 35, oil lines 38 and 39, and duct and bellows 66 and 67.

    The US model will have bracket 73, radiator 35, oil lines 68 and 69, and no duct or bellows.

    The US model uses a different port side scoop. The oil radiator sits over the exit of the port side scoop, and the air passing the radiator is just dumped into the engine bay, on the US model.

    On euro models, the side scoop appears to feed into the bellows (67).

    Per TSB 16-3, the side scoop and feed were changed after 75272 ... and it looks like later US models (89s?) may have been given the same treatment. The '88 parts catalog still lists the new scoop as "not for US".
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