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Green fluid leaking from pipe on right hand side!

Bright green fluid is hissing out of a pipe at the front of my 911 carrera 996. Any ideas of what this is!!

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  • woodcroftjoi Dec 21, 2008

    thank you for your advice i have also been told that this could be the air con pipe that is leaking once again thank you and have a great chritmas

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Bright green fluid is usually coolant. In some cases washer fluid is green too but it sounds like it's likely coolant. Better get that checked out by a professional before it becomes a bigger problem. Good luck!

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