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Hose leak on lower bulkhead

Car developes a leak from what looks like an overflow hose at bottom of bulkhead, car is fitted with aircon. water like fluid is clear. could this be condensate from aircon system? starts to leak very quickly after start up within 5/10mins road use.

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Yeah its normal that don't worry about it.Thats condensation from the ac evaporator

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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