Filter out harmful contaminants in the primary cooling system of your 2017-2019 Ford 6.7L Powerstroke with the XDP 6.7L Coolant Filtration System XD365. The XDP Coolant Filtration System is an ideal upgrade under the hood of any Powerstroke.
Your primary cooling system is responsible for cooling vital engine components such as your engine block, oil cooler, turbocharger, cylinder heads, and more. Eliminating contaminants like casting sand, corrosion, and other debris can greatly extend the life of your cooling system and vital engine components. Designed for an easy bolt-on installation, the XD365 comes with everything you need and does not require any permanent modifications or cutting of your factory hoses.
Each Coolant Filtration System is built around high quality silicone hoses for enhanced underhood aesthetics and long term durability. This system uses an easy-to-find parts store filter and only requires basic hand tools for installation. This kit does not require ball valves for installation, but they can be purchased separately as an add-on.
- Increased Cooling System Reliability For High Temp Primary Cooling System
- Black Anodized Billet Aluminum Filter Base
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Installation Note: Hose color may vary between black or blue depending on supply.
- Q: How often should I change the coolant filter? A: Initially, the filter should be changed after 1 month of use. The second and third filter should be changed in 3 month intervals. After that the filter can be changed on a yearly basis.
- Q: Where can I find replacement coolant filters? A: The XDP Coolant Filtration System comes complete with an easy to find, off the shelf Donaldson Coolant Filter Part no. P554685.
- Q: I do all the work on my truck. Can I install this system in my driveway? A: Absolutely! The XDP Coolant Filtration System features pre-assembled high-quality silicone hoses. This entire kit can be installed with just a few basic hand tools.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.