Question about 1998 Pontiac Grand Am
I had a Yellowish-green leak... it has a bit of scent but cannot tell what it is.. my coolant is the color of orange (dex cool) so what could it be? engine oil?
I am guessing that you may have mold (green) in the water coming from your Air Conditioner or from the water channels where the water flows from the car vents to the ground. Usually green is the coolant. Could also be a prankster the poured some lime flavored pop/soda under your car or one leaked in the trunk? Did someone else park there and you are seeing their leaked stuff? Without more info, this is just wild guesses. Where is the leak seen - inside the car? under the engine? floor of a garage? outside in the street? Maybe even windshield washer fluid was that color if it spoiled?
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
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