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Turned AC on for the first time this spring. Water gradually started leaking on/to passenger side carpet. It had rained too, so I originally thought it was rain water leaking in, bit when o got home, I used a hose on the windshield to see if further leaking happened. It didn’t, with ac on, I felt around under the carpet and behind the center panel and felt cold water dripping. When I turned the ac off, the dripping stopped. I think it’s a blockage in the ac condensate valve or line. Am I correct? If yes, can I fix it myself, or do I need to hit the Porsche dealer???
Thanks for the source ideas. Since the leak was in the front I kind of ruled out water pump and rear coolant hose issues. It’s wishful thinking that it’s only a fromt hose problem because that’s the cheaper fix, but I can’t rule out one of the radiators. I’ve owned the car for a little over a year and a half. Although it’s 11 yrs old, it wasn’t driven a lot and is in excellent condition. I saw all of the coolant coming out. There was no corrosion or cloudiness I’m it, so I hope there wasn’t a radiator failure. Gotta flat bed it to the dealer as I have no facilities to work on it! I appreciate your input.
Took short drive this evening. Got red warnin to check coolant level. When I got home, noticed coolant leak coming from under front side of my 997-1 4s. Checked villa to level in reservoir; took cap off allowing air in system and all coolant drained out of the front of the car. Any ideas on cause, e.g., hose leak? Car has 30,000 miles; I drive about 4000 to 5000 miles per year.