Question about Honda Accord
You did not mention year, model or engine size but on most Honda vehicles the front of the engine faces left.
This would indicate a leak at the front of the engine. Possibly a bad hose or a water pump.
The water pump is driven by the timing belt so if it is the water pump it may be a good idea to have the timing belt replaced at the same time.
Have the system pressure tested to find where it is coming from.
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