radiator leak on 1994 Jeep Cherokee

my jeep runs fine until I shut it off, it then leaks from somwhere on the passengers side of the bottom radiator area. I can not tell exactly where it is leaking. Do I need to flush the system or what. Please help

by in Buffalo, WY on November 16, 2010
2 answers
ANSWER by on November 16, 2010
no, you need to have the leak repaired. have a shop insert dye in the system and they will be able to determine the failure. do not wait too long or you could do internal damage to the motor from low coolant level. Roy
ANSWER by on November 16, 2010
no it prbley raditor tank replace raditor
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