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99 Altima leaks water driver side under hood Ive checked from open hood and jacked car up and looked from on my back under car can't pin point leak

Its water because Im usen water to to fill rad while it leaks so when I find leak will replace with coolent ac disconnected belt off and power wire when I replaced water pump radiator thermostate 2 yrs ago never hooked ac back up

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Is this water or is this engine coolant?

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