Transmission Fluid in Radiator?

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Transmission fluid is usually directed through the radiator in a series of metal coils. This helps it to cool down and prolong the life of the transmission. If these lines begin to leak it will mix the coolant and transmission fluid together. This can damage both the engine and transmission if not detected immediately. The radiator is usually located at the very front of the engine to help it draw in as much cool air as possible. A cooling fan is place behind it to pull large volumes of air across the radiator surface.
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