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Old 10 Jul 2013, 09:20 pm
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Default Some liquid fell on my shoes as I drove my 1996 honda accord?

I was going 80 and a liquid was falling on my shoes. Some got on my socks and it was really hot. There was a faint smell of gasoline but the liquid didn't smell like it. What happened? Is it a big deal? Will It happen again?
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Old 10 Jul 2013, 09:32 pm
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Sounds like a heater line or core leaked. They're located in the dash (although usually on the passengers side) and carry hot engine coolant which is what gives you heat. Check the lines and the core (not an easy job). Also wait for your car to cool, then check radiator fluid and resivor for fluid level.
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