Diagnosing Leaks - Any Leak Needs To Be Fixed
Diagnosing Leaks – Any Leak Needs To Be Fixed

Diagnosing leaks properly is very important as some fluid leaks can be dangerous and can result in serious damage to the engine or other vital components.

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Fluid Leak – What Is That Fluid Leak Under My Car

In many modern cars, a warning light will appear if certain fluids are running low, which in some cases can indicate a leak. Oil, coolant, and washer fluid warning lights are common. While running out of washer fluid is normal, if the oil or coolant warning light illuminates often, you should have the system inspected for problems.

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