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Water dripping under car (Yaris 2009 HB) after stop. About a 3 " puddle, no odor, no color, at 5-10 second drip. Stops after a while. Do not run A/C, nor defrost. Why dripping even if A/C not in use. Checked all fluids, but nothing missing. Please tell me if this is a condition to be worried about. Thank you

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