I am guessing that you may have mold (green) in the water coming from your Air Conditioner or from the water channels where the water flows from the car vents to the ground. Usually green is the coolant. Could also be a prankster the poured some lime flavored pop/soda under your car or one leaked in the trunk? Did someone else park there and you are seeing their leaked stuff? Without more info, this is just wild guesses. Where is the leak seen - inside the car? under the engine? floor of a garage? outside in the street? Maybe even windshield washer fluid was that color if it spoiled?
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Coolant could be leaking above that point then trailing down. Check all the hoses and the overflow tank. Or try to follow the trail of coolant up from that point.
If your engine is running hot/overheating you could have bigger issues, check your oil and make sure it isn't creamy colored.
Also, it is a chysler, they are a HUGE pain, make sure you are using DEX cool (orange coolant) if you mixed the green in your car you will want to flush out the system and refill it (when you refill you can use either color but never mix the two, the two colors mixed will get gummy and cause your thermostat to stick, possibly gum up your pump and cause your car to overheat which can wreck your engine)
It would have had "Dex-Cool" from the factory. If it still looks red/orange than use the "dex-cool". If it looks green than regual green coolant is fine. If you can't tell what color it is than its time to have the cooling system flushed. Have it flushed with the green stuff, it will save you some money.
50/50 antifreeze and water. pontiac or GM recommends the use of Dex cool antifreeze but it really doesnt matter. You have to check the color of the coolant orange you need to use extended life, if its green just use regular 50/50
Most manufs. do NOT recommend mixing Dexcool[your "Orange" coolant] and the older "Green" antifreeze unless it's an emergency. They're not really made of the same chemicals,and don't 'play' well together long term inside an engine. I've seen the pre-mixed coolant for sale, claiming a "universal" mixing ability with ANY type coolant. But, if it's my wallet and MY time involved, I'd track down the right/correct coolant your engine.
Chevy as most GM cars usually needs Dex-cool antefreeze
But Peak is OK as it can be used to top-off any color of automotive antifreeze including green, yellow, orange, fuschia, blue and red
More info here http://www.peakantifreeze.com/peak_global_lifetime_5050.html
Also check the system for leaks. If you need to add coolant at least once a month there is a leak.