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Hose hanging from front of car

I have a 1992 Ford Taurus. I was traveling today and stopped to get some gas and the gas station had a very steep driveway and i bottomed out my car going like less then 10 mph. when i got out to pump gas i noticed a hose like thing hanging down and greenish/yellowish fluid was leaking from the car which i figured was the antifreeze. i was told it could be the A/C connection or radiator.any suggestions?

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It's likely the lower coolant hose - the greenish yellow fluid is coolant. When you bottomed out, you either separated or tore the lower coolant hose, or you cracked the radiator. Either way, you need to fix it before you continue driving the car.

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