Car is 98' Chrysler Concorde and oil has started flooding out of the radiator. Found a crack in the oil cooler hose and changed that but it still Will not hold the oil

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Embedded in your cooling system radiator is a transmission oil cooler, it comes as part of the radiator. From your description, "... oil flooding out..." it would appear that your oil cooler has burst/split, and is pumping transmission oil out onto the floor. If this is so it will mean a replacement radiator/oil cooler assembly.

  • Also a complete and thorough transmission flush - if transmission fluid's getting out while the car's running (fluid is pressurized), coolant's getting IN while the car's NOT running (fluid NOT pressurized, but hot cooling system pressurized). Aug 10, 2014 at 13:33

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