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2002 se liquid leak

Old 07-27-2017, 08:41 PM
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2002 se liquid leak

So I parked my car when I got to work. I was in my car for about five minutes then got out and noticed a running trail of fluid. It wasn't a lot but a slim line from the middle of under the car to a little bit from under the car. I looked under the car and it was dripping from the passenger side. When I looked under it was dripping from somewhere above the oil filter. I scraped some of the liquid from the small stream and smelled it; it had no smell. I tried multiple time to see if I could get a smell. (no sweet scent like colant , it looked to have the viscosity of water).
Has anyone had a similar problem or could tell me what this liquid might be(could it be water?)?
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Old 08-11-2017, 12:04 PM
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If it's clear, non-oily, no smell and the consistency of water, it probably is water. Without seeing it, it's most likely condensate from your AC.
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