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liquid dripping from rear left hand side

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Remove the most rear part of the headliner, this with the light, the rubber hose of the washer is visible using a flashlight and possibly a mirror, probably the hose is jumped from the nosle or the intermediate part. With a fine nose pliers you can get it there again, if the hose is not torn up or stretched open on the connection section. Take a good look if there is no water damage to any existing electronic control boxes.

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I just actually just posted a similar issue "a mystery leak".  I also have the 4 zone air conditioning option (08 CTT) but I have never seen it 'leak' like this before in all the years I've had my car.  Thats why I was perplexed.  I originally thought it was some sort of ac drain issue but then I couldn't figure out why I only saw it next to the driver's side rear wheel. In fact, I actually never ANY condensation under my CTT so that's why it was odd to see it a couple times now- only in the rear.  (And I'm starting to see a bit of a stain on the concrete too.)  


While one of the other posts mentions a fuel pump/flange leak, the one thing I don't have is the smell of gasoline.  Therefore, I am starting to think it has to be something else....

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