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If the oil you are referring to is pink or red, then it is your transmission fluid. If this is the oil type then I would check the upper and lower tansmissions lines that are routed into your radiator. The purposem of these lines is to cool the transmission fluid. Please see the attached for additional help:
on line, auto zone has a o ring for oil cooler at a reasonable cost. if the cooler is contaminated or corroded it needs replaced. if you need one, go online for the best deal. for it cools the oil for the engine. let them know at auto zone, and they should be able to advise you. car dealerships are a big ripoff. a fan blows air on engine oil cooler for disipation off heat. this is important to regulate the tempurature of the oil. have a very good day !!
A water line, Is it a hose or a little pipe? Is it for water or oil? Either way, a radiator shop can fix it, they can solder it back together. But I've never seen a water line to the radiator, 2 hoses, and 2 transmission cooler lines at the bottom. Once you get away from the radiator, then you have a dozen water lines running all over the place. Hope this helps.
PRESSURE LINES HAVE FITTINGS, RETURN LINES CAN USE HOSE CLAMPS,ALSO YOU ARE USING A TRANS. COOLER, YOU CAN ELIMINATE THE RAD. FOR COOLING TRANS. ALSO THIS WILL HELP YOUR COOLING SYS, DUE TO A LOT LESS HEAT GENERATED BY TRANS FLUID.IF THIS IS NOT A GOOD HELP, TRY PUTING COOLER LINES IN TWO BUCKETS. START ENG.PUT IN GEAR, SO THE PUMP CAN OPERATE, PLS,MAKE A VERY SHORT PERIOD. HELPER WOULD BE HANDY, ALSO RETAIN LINES TO CONTAINERS, DUE PRESSURE.