Question about Ford Ranger
4.0L engines are known for radiator leaks. look at the back side of the radiator for dried coolant. It will appear as a green or yellowish film on the radiator. if you don't see anything there top it off with water and let it sit and idle (A/C off) while you watch for it to start dripping. when water starts to drip on the ground open the hood and look for where the water coming from. Then you know what needs replaced.
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