Q: I can't keep fluid in my radiator on my Chevy s 10 pu truck

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Hello I have a question to ask... I can't keep fluid in my radiator on my Chevy s 10 pu truck 2. 2l . I don't have a milky dipstick no water in my oil and no bubbles in the radiator when i use the ac it runs hot ....I been a whole day looking for leeks, But i did find a spot of antifreeze by number 4 spark plug on the head. what steps do i take ?
My car has a manual transmission.

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