yeh the radiator is FUBAR..The tranny plumbing is now mixing with your engine cooling system..Not expensive if you get to it now...a new radiator, some fresh coolant and a trans flush,filter and gasket...Don't drive the car or you will start to burn the inards of the transmission as the oil is now not cooling and lubricating but just swirling around doing nothing but agitating itself into coffee milk.. As ELGT4me said the clutch packs will slip and burn out
GEt it fixed ASAP or you will also need a head gasket, new rubbers hoses (every single one- radiator, heater hoses, heater tap ) and a transmission aswell.. THe oil in your water causes all the rubber hoses to soften and swell, eventually blocking your smaller diameter hoses shut, causing major engine overheating dramas..
The tranny will not come back to 100% immediatley.. remove the radiator, flush the cooling system a few times (without the new radiator plumbed in).. Flush the transmission of all the soiled oil<-- there is a thread on how to do this) install your new the radiator, and a new header tank (as you'll never get the oil residue out of the old one) and then over normal driving conditions the last of the water in the trans will eventually evaporate..<--similar to the puddle that was left under your car, the oil stays and water goes..
I can't stress how important it is to replace your radiator ASAP..
Last edited by RaceCraft; 01-20-04 at 11:50 AM.