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Old 07-02-2020, 10:47 PM   #26
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Could be it isn't the mileage or brand name that kills the cooler integrity as often as the guy turning the wrench on installation. V8 veggie juice? Check that new royal flush in a few weeks for the presence of ethylene glycol.

I guess you missed it that it is an all metal radiator. It would be incredibly hard to damage the trans cooler in an all metal radiator. The cooler fittings are soldered to the tank.
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Could be it isn't the mileage or brand name that kills the cooler integrity as often as the guy turning the wrench on installation. V8 veggie juice? Check that new royal flush in a few weeks for the presence of ethylene glycol.
V8 juice as a reference to its opacity. It was red but not clear.

There's nothing wrong with the radiator.
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