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Old 21-08-18, 08:21 PM   #1
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I often notice a bit of liquid behind the car on the driver's side just behind the back wheel. I'm assuming some sort of air con drain. Have any of you noticed the same?

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Old 22-08-18, 01:20 PM   #2
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Hi Meeper,

are you sure it's water. I would try putting a piece of tissue down to try and see if it's coloured. The only liquids I know of other than diesel and AddBlue in the rear of the car is screen wash. I wouldn't have thought it's either of those cos the filler is on the nearside of the car.
It won't be the aircon drain because that's at the front behind the engine by the bulkhead.

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Mine does the same. I had a look with my endoscope and could not see any major component in that area. It is definitely water, and I believe it is rainwater that gets trapped in the rear door guttering and then migrates downward to the internals of the underside of the bumper side piece.
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Hi Yobbo,

yes I can see that. There are water traps all over these MPVs, one only has to drive down the road after a car wash to see that!

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