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Some vans and SUV's have A/C condensers and heater cores in the rear . So if you are running and have been running your a/c then it is normal and nothing is wrong . If it has antifreeze in that water then you could have cracked heater core or hose which would need replaced .

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My 1999 path finder is over heating and leaking what could be the problem?


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