yes, if the trans fluid is hitting the exhaust, but not out of the pipes coming from the outside of the pipes.
If your talking about it doing that after you have turned off the engine then yes. That's just the hot exhaust pipes and catalytic converter contracting as they cool.
There are 4 total - 2 pre-catlytic convertor and 2 post. In the exhaust pipes coming off the manifolds - just follow the exhaust pipes and you'll find them..
If the overall dimensions are correct with two radiators you can use the automatic radiator to a manual tranny car. Those two extra pipes are for the transmission fluid cooler. You have to block those two pipes, or connect them. I used my manual '89 Escort more than 3 years with an used radiator which came from an automatic car.
If you do short trip driving moisture collects in the exhaust as it doesn't have time to dry out and then you get the water coming out of the tailpipes, the hot gasses from the engine and the cold pipes when first started creates moisture.
Usually in the exhaust pipes coming off the manifolds
In the exhaust pipes under the truck. In the exhaust pipes under the truck.
There are many different types of exhaust pipes all with different reliabilities. The best type would be stainless steal exhaust pipes which do not rust and therefore last the longest. They are however the most expensive.
It collects the exhaust gasses and directs them to the pipes.
Yes they do
the radiator is the same for automatic trans. and manuel trans. you dont use the inflow pipes ( transmission cooler ) for manuel trans. but two hoses r used if vehicle has auto. trans. to cool trans. fluid. it is ok to leave pipes open for manuel trans. as its not used