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I have a leak coming from behind my front passenger side tire and I can't figure out what fluid it is. What could it possibly be?

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IF YOU HAVE AIR CONDITIONING IT COULD SIMPLY BE CONDENSATION FROM THE SYSTEM CREATED WHEN IT CYCLES ON AND OFF. EVEN IN WINTER TIME IF YOUR CONTROLS ARE ON DEFROST THE AC COMPRESSOR WILL CYCLE ON AND OFF.

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