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Coolant has begun to pour from the drivers side right under where the coolant tank seems too be it started to over heat i cant tell what seems the problem

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If you have a 2000 - 2002 s type, than it's most likely your expansion tank. Almost 100% positive. Replace the tank and you should be fine.
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