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I supposably have a water leak in the front of the car, i dont know what it may be from, but how can i solve the issue?i have to go back to work soon and i need to get this car fixed but i dont want to pay a lot of money for one issue to get solved

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Shut yourself in the car,get somebody to shower yr car with hose,have good torch,check around

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