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It's the factory setup as far as I know, same as on my '95 9000. (Both are CSE models.)
Maybe Saab had a heavy-duty trans cooler option? Possibly used on just early models? I found a parts site that lists the separate trans cooler just for 1985-1989 models. Possibly someone added it to yours for additional cooling? Or maybe the Aeros were set up that way? (I recall reading that the 1998 models all used Aero parts.) That site also calls out all the parts in the more complex setup, might make it a bit easier to understand.
Looking more closely at the diagram it looks like that separate cooler is in series with the one built into the radiator.
Regardless, if you have a leaky rubber hose you should be able to get it rebuilt at a hydraulic hose shop. If the metal part is rusted out or otherwise damaged though you'll need to find a replacement. (A good used one, maybe get it rebuilt for good measure.)
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