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


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.

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  • 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). – TDHofstetter Aug 10 '14 at 13:33

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