Question about 2003 Mazda MPV
There's only 2 likely possibilities to this problem. First, and most likely, would be that you have a leaking water pump, hose or thermostat that is leaking down to the frame rail and running to the rear of the vehicle where you're finding it. Secondly, less likely and more costly, would be that you have a head leak allowing antifreeze into the exhaust system where it's escaping where you're finding it. This is not likely especially if the check engine light isn't on. But in either case you need to make sure to keep an eye on the coolant level as these engines are very unforgiving in the event of overheating!
Posted on Apr 12, 2011
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