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Unread 09-29-2012, 07:35 AM   #1
jayokc
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Water? dripping from 2012 KK

It seems like every time I park my Liberty, I can hear a sizzling sound. I looked underneath and saw some drips sliding down the "insulation" behind the front left tire and down onto the exhaust pipe near the tire and some drips going straight to the ground. The drops appear to be pretty clear from what I can tell and they do not have a smell so I'm pretty sure it's just water. I hear this pretty much every time I park in my garage because it is quiet in there. It has been decent weather recently and I have not been running the A/C or the defroster. Is this normal or should I take it to the dealership to be checked out?

My two main concerns are: where is the liquid coming from and is it going to eventually damage the exhaust pipe by continuously dripping liquid on the hot pipe?

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Unread 09-29-2012, 07:57 AM   #2
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It seems like every time I park my Liberty, I can hear a sizzling sound. I looked underneath and saw some drips sliding down the "insulation" behind the front left tire and down onto the exhaust pipe near the tire and some drips going straight to the ground. The drops appear to be pretty clear from what I can tell and they do not have a smell so I'm pretty sure it's just water. I hear this pretty much every time I park in my garage because it is quiet in there. It has been decent weather recently and I have not been running the A/C or the defroster. Is this normal or should I take it to the dealership to be checked out?

My two main concerns are: where is the liquid coming from and is it going to eventually damage the exhaust pipe by continuously dripping liquid on the hot pipe?
It's the a/c condensation run off. It's normal.
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Unread 09-29-2012, 11:54 AM   #3
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Same happens to mine too
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Unread 09-29-2012, 02:45 PM   #4
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Normal, my Jeep is still being house broken and trained, it leaves a little puddle also.
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