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Today after running the NSX hard and driving it for more than 50 miles I parked my NSX and now water is comming from underneath the front of the car. It is dripping at a slow rate YET it is just water.. not coolant..

anyone got any ideas to what it is?

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No system in the car is filled with plain water. Are you sure you didn't have climate control on automatic? Is it slowing down now that it's been half an hour?

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The A/C is on as long as the ventilation system is on and you haven't pressed the A/C button so that "A/C OFF" is illuminated.
 
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As Lud said, there's no system in the car with just plain water. It's condensation from something -- nothing to worry about.

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well I figured it out..

I had some water trapped underneath my battery in my battery holder and some water in my spare tire?? I did clean the engine compartment a few nights ago.. yet only today it started to leak off.. weird.
 
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Originally posted by nsxtasy:
The A/C is on as long as the ventilation system is on and you haven't pressed the A/C button so that "A/C OFF" is illuminated.

this is a correct statement.

I'm not sure how much water you are talking about, but I doubt too much water could accumulate under the battery..... I am betting it is condensation, happens to me all the time when I have the climate control on full auto.

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