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samuelodog

Water Leaking Under Front Centre Of Car Help

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Hi -

My ford Focus Cmax is leaking water, several drops, constantly from underneath. The leak is somewhere near the front, about where the handbrake is, perhaps nearer driver side? I cant tell because the car has a protective plate beneath.

What could this be? Its definitely water - I tasted it.

Could it be a cracked pipe?

If so - what should I do - will it cost a lot to fix?

Car is showing no problems.

Please help - taking the car on holiday in a few days!

Thanks

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Are you using your aircon?

Condensation from under the car is perfectly normal when the aircon is running.

Sent from my S5

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sorry - double post, see below

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Thanks.

My wife was driving - had baby in the car so had aircon on pretty high as its sooo hot here.

So this could be it.

It was dripping in the road though - quite a lot was coming out. Leaving a small trail.

Is this normal?

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Totally normal.

Mine often looks like a peeing pup.

Sent from my S5

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Awesome. Many thanks. Thought it would be a big repair :)

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If it ever looks coloured or smells sweet then it's time to worry.

I wouldn't taste it though.

Sent from my S5

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