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I have a Titan 2008 pickup and oil is in my radiator. What happened? What could of caused the oil to go to the radiator?

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Bad transmission oil cooler, in radiator. Install a new radiator. Not one from a dealer. Hope your trans is not shot. All 2nd generation frontiers,pathfinders from 2005 to 2007 or 8 have that problem, and all end up with ruined trans,and Nissan won't help you.

Posted on Sep 16, 2010

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