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Water is pouring from underneath the engine. Thinking it may be the water hose?

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Check both radiator hoses. Is it radiator fluid or condensation?

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Hopefully there is a hole in one of the hoses (least expensive).

No matter what, you need to find the source of the leak. A flashlight will be useful.

When the engine is cool, pour water in the radiator. You shouldn't need to run the engine.

When it starts dripping, look for the leak on:
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Water in floor board and I think the drain back hose is stopped up. Thought the windshield was leaking but the insulation was wet right under were the heater hoses go threw the firewall. I poured water on...


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I'm thinking it's a better likelihood you've got a leaking heater core. If your turn the defroster on, do you get a whiff of something that smells sweet? (Kinda like pancake syrup). A leaking heater core can funnel this kind of odor up thru the defroster ducts and into your face.

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