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Could be a couple of things ,,,, If the washer resevoir frooze in the recent past it could have split the motor/bottle or hoses attached, it may also be the anti return valve (Y shaped) on the hose work split and causing a drip !
There is little I can think of that is going to be a clear liquid in your car. The only things that I can think of 1. Condensation coming from the drain of your A/C unit(most likely), 2. If it is a small amount and it is coming out of the tail pipe, it is water. The catalytic converter turns most of the unburned gas from your engine into water.
Automatic transmission fluid is RED, Antifreeze is Green in Nissan products, Brake fluid will be a semi clear liquid with a brownish hue to it. Manual transmissions use gear oil which is a golden color. Engine oil, depending on how well the car has been maintained, will be a light goldish to a black.
I hope I have answered your question.
I would first try putting cardboard underneath the vehicle when you park it. This should give you an idea of where it's at least coming from then that might zero in to what it is. Does the liquid have a smell to it?
May be engine coolant, transmission oil, or even washer fluid. Seeing how I can't see it, I assume you've checked you windshield washer fluid color to see, just in case, as well as a look in coolant return bottle when engine is cool, should let you compare what you see on floor. With that said, if your not sure, it should only take a minute for a repair shop to identify it for you, if you can guide them of rough idea where you see it under car, such as front part, mid, back, and how far under. Letting it go too long, may cause bigger problems.
Do you have a/c in the truck? Just wondering if it's water from the condenser. How much is under the engine? Are any fluids going down and have to be topped off occasionally? Power steering and auto trans fluid are pink, coolant is green, so the only 2 possibilities would be engine oil or brake fluid. Post answers to above for further help.