The automatic transmission oil cooler is built into the radiator. If the oil cooler developes a leak the oil mixes with the engine coolant.
If it is a manual transmission you do not have transmission cooler lines. If its an automatic they will be on one side of the radiator and you can follow them to the tranny from there.
If its an automatic transmission then yes, it does but it might not be enough. If the vehicle doesn't have a factory tow package, it might not have an auxiliary cooler. Those that don't, the transmission cooler is basically your engine radiator. The lines from the transmission go to the radiator. If this is the case, you really should get a separate cooler. Keeping the temp down on an automatic transmission is key to its life.
Automatic transmission models have a cooler located in front of the radiator. You can see it through the grill. It even has a secondary fan.
Most have a cooler, like a small radiator. in fact that's usually where it is.
On the automatic transmission there are lines from the transmission to the transmission cooler that connect to the radiator
If there are lines coming from the transmission to the radiator, it has a cooler in the radiator. If there are lines from the transmission to an external heat exchanger, that would be an auxiliary cooler.
hi, blown head gasket, cracked head or block or automatic transmission oil cooler in radiator leaking
Pressure and return lines that goto radiator and or transmission cooler to keep the ATF chilled off.
Generally no because the one for the automatic has a trans cooler built into it. I would have to disagree as long as everything is the same the radiator will work. And you do not have to plug up the transmission fittings on the radiator because it is just an in and an out. If you hook nothing to it, nothing will come out the other side.
blown head gasket....not good. Could b Transmission fluid because the transmission cooler is in the radiator-especially IF the water has a red tint 2 it,IF it has a automatic transmission.
yes, anytime you have to take a radiator out of an automatic car the tranny lines have to come off the radiator.
Drain the radiator. Remove all of the hoses. Remove the transmission cooler lines if equipped with an automatic transmission. Remove the fan shroud. Remove the bolts that hold the top radiator support in place. Lift the radiator out.
Failed transmission oil cooler, which is part of the radiator.Failed transmission oil cooler, which is part of the radiator.
the cooler is part of the radiator.
There should be a Transmission cooler in the radiator, There might also be a 2nd one in front of the radiator!
A transmission cooler is usually mounted just in front of the radiator.
It is the transmission cooler hose or line. It runs the fluid through a cooler on the radiator to cool the transmission fluid.
Some have an internal transmission cooler & extra small internal radiator for that purpose.
It can be getting there through the head gasket, a crack in the head, or it may actually be transmission fluid if it has an automatic transmission. The automatic trans. cooler lines run through the radiator on most vehicles. If your unable to solve the problem, have the radiator pressure tested...
Transmission cooler is a separate tank area attached to the lower or side of radiator (one unit)
Many automatic transmissions use a cooler inside the vehicles radiator to help maintain the transmissions temperature. The transmission pumps ATF thru the cooler. If a leak occurs in the trans cooler the ATF is pumped into the radiators coolant. The engine coolant can also mix with the trans ATF and enter the transmission the same way in which case would be fatal for the transmission.
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