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Between the oil pan and the transmission pan is leaking anti freeze and oil while iwas driving it started spraying every were and transmission is not changing or going in to gear this happened two days after putting new radiator in

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Ouch, sounds like the radiator has a bad trans cooler in it you need to replace this asap if it isnt too late and completly change the trans fluid, if you check your trans dip stick you'll probabaly find it is full of coolant

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