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To prevent overheating, especially in larger diesel engines, oil coolers are used to regulate the temperature of the engine and maintain the proper viscosity of the oil. An oil cooler dramatically decreases the temperature of the oil in your engine which is especially important in air cooling systems. They also extend the life of your oil by lowering the working temperature of the oil. Oil coolers are popular in heavy equipment and trucks because of the increased strain these vehicles put on the drive train. Oil cooler installation is fairly simple and they extend the life of your engine. The main symptom that your oil cooler may need to be replaced is if oil is leaking out of the oil cooler and onto the ground or into the cooling system. Oil leaks typically lead to overheating and wear due to the lack of lubrication in the engine.