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1998 Tahoe transmission fluid gets into the cooling system?

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2008-12-14 02:26:56
2008-12-14 02:26:56

The transmission cooler is built into the radiator, and the tubes on the cooler are leaking Trans. fluid into the engine coolant. Need to replace radiator.

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