water leaking onto the ground from somewhere

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Asked by Aug 31, 2015 at 09:35 PM about the Ford Expedition

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I took the Expedition on a bit of a drive today, about 200 miles rt, I noticed  a puddle of water under it after I got home. I have moved it a couple times and each time it has water under it, it doesn't seem low in the radiator. its on the passenger side about mid way back, appears to be coming out approx the same place the oil was leaking but it isnt oil and I didnt have the air conditioning on most of the trip. Any ideas?

7 Answers

68,255

May be the heater core has small leak,it will leak at the point you said by leaking and coming through the AC drain on passenger side.

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great, any way to fix it cheap?

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68,255

Unfourtantly,heater core repair is costly,they have to remove the dash to get to it,but that said go have it checked,may just be a heater hose is bad,

68,255

There are two hose,s that go into firewall on passenger side under hood,check them,and keep and eye on you coolant untill you have it checked,good luck with it MarineMom.

5,445

This may be as simple as the air conditioner draining when you stop! back off of it and see if it is plain water, oil, anti-freeze or what.

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has no smell, clear in color and feels like water

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5,445

Sounds like the water from your AC drain hose. Next try to determine exactly where (front and side) to make an "X" and then raise the car and see if you see the hose.

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