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Sticky, greesy stuff in the raditator

I have some strange greese like stuff in the raditator. The ca does not over heat and there is no water on the dipstick or the top cap. What is the problem?

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If it is auto trans the cooler could go through the radiator. if this is the case it could be trans fluid not oil

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