I came out this afternoon to go shopping and found my EF is dripping a fair amount of an odourless clear fluid. It is dripping from the passenger side, towards the firewall. I can't quite see exactly where it is dripping from, as the car is too low to get under without a jack, and I am at my parent's house, so I don't have my hydraulic jack.
I had been driving it about 30 minutes beforehand with the air conditioner on, and it is a hot and humid day. Does the air conditioning condenser drip on hot days after using it, or does the problem lay elsewhere?
The fluid definitely is not coolant, and definitely not oil either. There is no indication of over heating, and no apparent hose breaks or leaks.
Any help would be much appreciated.... I am hoping it isn't brake fluid, although the brake system is on the other side.
A concerned Tim
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Isnt the water just condensation from the evaporator?? If there is alot of water id assume yer thermostat might be rooted and the a/c cycle is continuous... just a guess tho. It might be icing up on the evap and melting when u turn yer car off... Is yer air very cold?
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