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Old 03-25-2011
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Noticed some fluid dripping under radiator on passenger side. Thought it was oil since I just completed a oil change. Looked under and noticed fluid everwhere so I thought the filter was leaking until I noticed it was red. Looked everywhere, nothing until......looked behind my grill and noticed the aftermarket cooler was dripping and colecting in my skid plate then flying all over. Took off cooler, pain with the pushbar on, and reconnected the line back into the radiator. Now I didn't have the right connectr so I used a short piece of tranny hose from the radiator nipple to the line off the tranny. Anyone think this will be a problem?
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