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What causes radiator fluid to drip out in a few days

Have lost radiator fluid and i can't see the hoses keaking.could it be a freeze plug gone bad?

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It could be coming from your water pump,to see,crawl under front and look for antifreeze.You can also put paper or cardboard under the jeep after a drive and look later for leak and follow,need more help after finding,let me know.

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