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How do I check for fluid leaks?
Before getting in your car, you should check for fluid leaks to make sure that your car isn’t leaking vital fluids. To do this, simply crouch low enough that you can see under your vehicle, and visually inspect for any pools of liquid. If you notice a liquid that appears to be water, your vehicle is likely fine. If your car is excreting a non-water fluid, however, you should have it inspected immediately.
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