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Most American vehicles have the trans cooler built into the radiator, On older models, the trans cooler was located at the bottom but in newer vehicles the trans cooler will be found on the left or right side of the radiator. It is actually part of the radiator and cannot be removed.

If the vehicle was equipped with an additional trans cooler you should be able to locate it my tracing one of the transmission lines.

Hope this helps.

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