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Old 04-07-2013, 08:37 PM   #1
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One more question from a newbie on my 2013 352qs

There is a constant dripping leak from a hose behind my passenger side rear wheel. The storage compartment is marked low point drain. Is that normal and is that dripping supposed to be constant or do I have a leak? Please advise thanks.
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Old 04-07-2013, 08:42 PM   #2
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is that dripping supposed to be constant or do I have a leak?
you have a slight leak

there should never be any constant leaking anywhere

except from AC units

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There is a constant dripping leak from a hose behind my passenger side rear wheel. The storage compartment is marked low point drain. Is that normal and is that dripping supposed to be constant or do I have a leak? Please advise thanks.
No it is not normal. It is used to drain your water system. Most have a valve or a cap on the end of the hose. Either the valve is leaking or the cap is leaking.
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Thanks guys. It looks like its leaking from the Hose I will have it checked out ASAP. Thanks for your help.
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Thanks guys. It looks like its leaking from the Hose I will have it checked out ASAP. Thanks for your help.
On mine, you just have to tighten the plastic plug that screws in the end of the drain hose. You can use a wrench if needed, but it's plastic so don't over tighten.
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