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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-30-2017, 08:44 AM Thread Starter
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Edit: did a little more searching and think I found the answer.. 82210700 it is..

Just wanted to say hi to everyone here.. Recently purchased a 2011 FD1 Patriot 4x4 and love it.. Came from an easy owner so its was treated very well and hope it does me good.. Owned and 85 Cherokee years ago and loved it as well.. Something about Jeeps.. Already installed a CL3 reciever and am looking into adding an oil cooler to give it a little more capability if I ever need to tow some extra weight.. Quick question while I have everyone's attention.. I have seen plenty of references to the OEM one for manual trans but have not seen any talk of the automatic one with part #82210700.. Apologies if it has been brought up.. Just want to make sure its good to go before I purchase.. Everything I see says it is correct... Anywho.. Thanks and look forward to being a part of the forum....






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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-30-2017, 07:07 PM
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First off, welcome to the forum. This is a helpful place for ideas and advice.

Speaking of advice, I don't want to rain on your parade, but I will caution you against towing very much with a Patriot. I'm really high on my Patriot but that said, it has a very modest towing capacity. It is not intended to be a tow vehicle. I think the tow capacity is 1000 lbs, and raised to 2000 lbs with a tranny cooler. A class 3 hitch is capable of way more than a Patriot is intended to pull.

I'm also a CVT fan, but I think yours may have a short life if you start yanking around serious stuff.

Please color me helpful! I don't want you to hurt your Patriot.
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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-30-2017, 08:10 PM Thread Starter
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Appreciate the reply. I do realize its not a strong tow vehicle.. Not planning on doing much towing with it just would like to have the option should the need arise.. Within reason of course.. Small stuff.. I just figure adding the oil cooler cant hurt.. So yah... Im under no illusions of its lack of towing capability..

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Welcome to the forum.

The style of transmission shouldnt matter, since the add-on cooler is for engine oil. But looking at the install diagram here: http://www.jegs.com/i/Mopar+Accessor...FZhKDQoduTsNyA there does appear to be a slight difference.

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