Find where the fluid is coming out and repair/replace it.
It is probably Radiator fluid that's leaking. if you have red radiator fluid. it looks purple when it heats up. I had this from my Toyota Sequoia when the leak went over the hot engine.
tighten up the hose you think it is and see if it still leaks if it does still leak then its either a cracked hose or crack in your radiator
A car with a leaking radiator can be driven, but when the coolant leaks out, the engine will overheat and when the engine gets hot enough, it will seize-up, the car will stop, and the engine will have suffered severe damage.
tranny cooler lines or tranny cooler blew up inside rad
You suck repairing your vehicle and most likely the radiator was either faulty or you messed it up in the process. Either that or you got a part that does not match your vehicle. got radiator from napa and had mechanic replace it also upper and lower hose and thermostat so why is it getting hot and leaking from cap?
it's in the wiring harness up front by the radiator core support.
It is up by the front bumper, Close to the radiator.
In cars and trucks the radiator is up front to get air before it can get heated by the engine.
It is tucked up in front of the radiator you have to reach in from the front of vehicle
easiest way is to fill radiator and look and see where fluid is coming out, but Im sure you thought of that. The best way is to plug the ends of the radiator up with some type of rubber stopper then insert blow air through the drainport while holding it under water. Wherever the bubbles are coming from is where its leaking.
Yes. I have a 1994 and It has a power steering cooler mounted behind the grilll next to the radiator. It looks like a mini-radiator. Mine is currently rusted out and leaking. There are lines (rubber) that run to and from the cooler that are kind of tucked under the front bumper. I get a puddle of power steering fluid that drips down from the cooler and ends up under the front bumper near the driver side wheel.
It will be safe to drive short distance as long as the car does not over heat. You can top up the engine coolant or use water/coolant mixture till you fix the problem which could be leaking hose pipe. leaking radiator or faulty radiator cap