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What is the hose that runs from the transmision to the radiator called on a 1 991 mercury gr. m arquiss? ds_moss@sbcglobalnet.

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It's a line that feeds transmission fluid up to the radiator. Most automatics have radiators that also incorporate a transmission cooler (heat is the #1 killer of auto transmissions). That line allows the fluid to move to the radiator for cooling.

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