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Water leak underneath my car but nor under engine area more to middle passenger side

I can fill up water tank and overnight most of it drains out I can see where water is coming out it looks like a rubber plug of some sort

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    Misty Perry Apr 16, 2014

    It is not leaking in car but underneath and causing me to overheat

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Water pump or AC condensation drain out, coolant is a colored oily feeling fluid and condensation is clear water.

Posted on Apr 16, 2014

Testimonial: "it is only place I can see leaking it is coolant I believe every time I park it it leaks slowly but have to add water everyday haven't been using my AC at all. Have also replace my water tank, bypassed my heater core, also my water casing unit cracked changed that ."

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SOURCE: Water keeps filling up under passenger seat in rear of car

My 2001 passat did the same thing. my leak was coming from the door panel. Open your door and use a water hose to simulate rain water running against your window. Water should run into door and drain out of several drain holes at the very bottom of your door. Check for water leaking from the bottom of your plastic door panel. The water runs down into the door and leaks through your inner door panel seal causing water to leak inside from the bottom of your door panel and run into the floorboard instead of draining out the water hole in the bottom of your door.

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