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1996 taurus automatic on passengers side under radiator seems to have maybe power steering and tranny hoses going into unit need name of unit looks like may be plastic

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    just go to any Ford dealer and have the parts dept look it up.

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Thats the tranny cooler, I can't recall of the taurus but lots of them were integrated into the rad. Either way you are looking at the tranny cooler.

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