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If transmission oil cooler is leaking, engine coolant may enter cooler, or transmission oil may enter engine cooling system. Both engine cooling system and transmission oil circuit should be drained, flushed, and inspected.
Yes, it could be leaking into the radiator from transmission cooler in the radiator. I would flush as much of that out as you can and replace the radiator, the anti-freeze is very damaging to your transmission.
Well, that doesn't sound good. Probably leaking around the spline which has seals on it. Seal is probably bad. You could look for an additive (Pep Boys?) for transmissions which is supposed to swell seals and maybe stop a leak. This has a low probability of working if the leak is a pint in two weeks.
If this doesn't work sounds like you need to take it to a shop.