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Radiator gushing transmission fluid

I had afrien replace my radiator. When i started my car ,it started gushing out transmission fluid. Someone told me that the seal on the transmission line may be broken. I don't know what to do.

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The most likely cause of your problem is one of the transmission lines that goes to your radiator is either loose or not connected. You should be able to see them just by looking down at your radiator. They are usually near the bottom or on the side of the radiator. You might be lucky and just have to tighten them.

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