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1998 ford e250 transmission fuild in radiator if line leaks which one would it be i have new radiator hoses

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There is a "loop" inside your radiator for the transmission oil cooler. If the cooler is leaking inside of the radiator, you will have a kind of funky sludge in your engine coolant. For what it costs to disassemble your radiator and replace the transmission oil cooler, you can purchase a new aftermarket radiator with one already in it.

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SOURCE: Oil Leak

The oil leak at bottom of radiator could be oil cooler and/or supply hose. Try check closely for wettest area .
The other leak could be thermostat cover, it only uses a sealing ring and is prone to leaking after time.

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SOURCE: Transmission fluid leak just off Radiator

Those are your transmission cooling lines. Buy them and replace them.

When you install them, take your time...don't be in a rush.

Posted on Mar 27, 2009

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SOURCE: ATF leaking from Cooling line connectors at Transmission

Please trace the leakage before you are sure of what to replace. But I bet you will have to replace the entire hoses that distribute the ATF in case of rust or expirt.

Good luck.

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Posted on Jun 02, 2009

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SOURCE: flushing transmission lines

IT IS A VERY GOOD TO FLUSH THE LINES! USE COOLER FLUSH, OR COOLER KLEEN.

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SOURCE: 1997 ford e250. VAcuum leak from hose going thru

LOSS OF AC WHEN ACCELERATING, e250 ac work

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