2003 honda accord vs in the back of the engine were there is a hose clear liquid on 2003 Honda Accord

clear liquid is drippin on to the engine causeing it to smoke nothing is over heating and the car stills run just that leak is causing it to smoke whats the drip and what do i do to stop it drip only coming from hose ?

by in Oklahoma City, OK on August 26, 2012
2 answers 4 comments
ANSWER by on August 26, 2012
Is it on the passenger side? If so , it's the condensation from your A/C draining from the vent tube from the evaporator case and it's normal.
COMMENT by on August 26, 2012
yes just a lil kind of in the middle i wouldnt worry but its causing my car underneath the hood to smoke someone said it might be my powersteering drippen on my engine causing the smoke do you think thats possible ? clear smoke and just smells like burning rubber
COMMENT by on August 26, 2012
More than likely steam from water dripping onto hot engine/exhaust. Like stated in answer clear liquid has to be coming from AC drain. Check under hood for something touching exhaust pipe causing smell.
COMMENT by on August 27, 2012
i wouldnt worry but its causing my car underneath the hood to smoke someone said it might be my powersteering drippen on my engine causing the smoke do you think thats possible ? clear smoke and just smells like burning rubber
COMMENT by on August 31, 2012
look under the car at the exhaust pipe and see if you have the remains of a Walmart grocery bag burned onto it. They tend to smell quite bad. Otherwise it would be good to have someone investigate the 'burning rubber' smell. Good luck.
ANSWER by on January 09, 2013
its your power steering hose that is leaking.. the smoke comes out when you brake suddenly or make a sharp turn. these reasons force the hose to release oil suddenly on a hot engine, hence the smoke. have the hose replaced.

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