Agree w/Sailmonkey, need to get in there and look around. Grab some paper towels, clean eng. bilge
area and bottom of eng. pan to see if there are any indicators what area of the motor
is leaking (fwd/rear). After running the motor
a bit ,w/new towels wipe around fittings in the suspected area to help find the leaker.
Do you have a coolant
recovery tank? Not difficult to add if you don't and nice to observe coolant levels with one. Would also purchase
a new pressure cap (ck psi for your motor) since that is a possible leak source. Easy/inexpensive to change.