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  1. Gentlemen, Thank you so much for responding so promptly! I'm really hoping that's the case. I'll keep monitoring over the weekend, and bring it to the mechanic just to be safe. I'll keep you all posted if it helps another person in the future. Have a fantastic weekend! Kindest Regards David.
  2. Dear members, I just bought a Boxster S (2000) which I absolutely love and enjoy driving. However, yesterday when I got to work I noticed a strange leak. I immediately checked if it's oil and it didn't appear to be the case: I've checked whether it was engine oil or anything of the sorts and it doesn't appear to be the case. The liquid feels watery to the touch, with a hint of oil. I thought this may be coolant, but it doesn't seem to be the case either, no loss of coolant or a warning of such. Under the car, I've noticed the leak was dripping (there was substantial drip) from a specific point. A mystery hose which I'm quite unsure its purpose. I'm not sure whether this is a hose which is meant to be exposed and remove AC condensation or something that is now loose. I'm going to the mechanic on Tuesday (it's a long weekend here in Canada so I can't do it sooner.) But in the meantime, I took a video. Would any of you fine folks be able to take a look and help me figure this out before I make the trip on Tuesday? I'd sincerely appreciate your help! The location is on rear right. Video link (leak point at t=25s): https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6FHusEfBMSGT3FjYlptcmFfZGs/view?usp=sharing Kind Regards, David.
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