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Think I just screwed up big. I was replacing my trans lines tonight because 1 started leaking. I'm replacing them with full length hydraulic hose. Well after getting all the lines out I started removing the factory fittings and replacing them. As I start hand screwing them into the radiator the trans cooler in the radiator falls into the radiator. So I pulled the radiator just imaging how much its going to cost. Look at where the trans cooler was and I was able to pull it where it should be. It doesn't appear to be " glued" in , in any way just seals with orings with pressure applied by the fitting. Can this be right? Am I going to have to pony up the cash for a new radiator or just tighten the fittings and everything is good? Please guys I need help with this one.
 

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"the trans cooler in the radiator falls into the radiator"

Huh? Got a pic?



 

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On the passenger side there are two fittings on the radiator. Its the small trans cooler built into the passenger side tank of the radiator.
 
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