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Liquid found under car behind right front wheel...


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Yesterday, I put my car in the garage after my commute home (18 miles in dense freeway traffice, so nothing too 'sporty').

I had the air conditioning on during the drive.

After I changed out of my work clothes, I went back into the garage to give my windshield a wipedown.

I noticed a small (1 sq foot) liquid stain under the car, behind the right front wheel.

It's not oil and it does not appear to be coloured. It also does not have any discernable smell (i.e. it's not gasoline).

Any idea what this could be? Condensation? Brake fluid? Coolant?

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If you had your A/C on, very likely water. Hot day with high humidity would make it more noticeable. Coolant is green color, brake probably yellow or blue (look in the trunk for the color you have).

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Yep probably just condensation. If you look under your car, there is a long thing tube that runs along the right side of your car and if your AC's been on and it's hot outside water will condense on that tube and start dripping. When I first noticed it on my car I freaked out but then I touched it and it was cold and I figured that it had something to do with the AC.

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Yep probably just condensation. If you look under your car, there is a long thing tube that runs along the right side of your car and if your AC's been on and it's hot outside water will condense on that tube and start dripping. When I first noticed it on my car I freaked out but then I touched it and it was cold and I figured that it had something to do with the AC.

Same thing happened to me ! freaked out... it is just condesation ...

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