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Leak from bottom trany line

How do I plug this so the water will stay in the radiator? We have a trans oil cooler for the thans lines but don't know how to stop the water from going out the line on the radiator.

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Replace the radiator

Sounds like a bad trans cooler in it

Posted on Nov 27, 2012

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SOURCE: Transmission cooler line blew off

transmission line blew off lost all coolent & trans. fluid

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SOURCE: 2003 dodge ram diesel 5.9 cummins, auto transmission cooler

did you ever get a cooler for cheaper pice

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SOURCE: trans, cooler ?

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You are correct. Almost all automatic cars have a transmission cooler connected to the radiator with 2 hoses, near the bottom. If the hoses are leaking or not installed correctly, all of the fluid from your transmission will get pumped out on the ground, and you won't be able to move the car. Inspect the two hoses and hopefully you will find your problem.

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SOURCE: leaking trans fluid off the radiator

its the transmission cooler it has two lines that connect to it, it cools down your transmission fluid so your transmission runs cooler and lasts alot longer

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