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CANT TELL WHERE RADIATOR FLUID IS COMMING FROM DRIPS OFF HEAT SHELD AROUND EXAUST NEXT TO OIL PAN AND TRANSMISSION ON PASSENGER SIDE ANY SUGESTIONS?

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Take a look under the truck near the rear of the passenger side cylinder head, these units are bad for leaking head gaskets on the right rear head. If that is dry, then the drain for the heater core is also near there. But if you don't smell anti freeze in the cabin when the heater is on then it is most likely the head gasket. Hope this helps. Cobra.. :-)

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