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Hello everyone,

My Gen 7 Celica has developed a small leak. It's a small amount of a colourless liquid (water probably) dripping from the floor of the chassis towards the back of the engine compartment level with the back of the front wheel. I notice a few drops falling after driving the car and parking it. No signs of any problems though - handling and everything else is perfectly normal. Engine temperature perfectly steady as always and not rising. No warning lights inside. Has anyone else seen this kind of thing before?

Thanks and safe motoring to you all.

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Hi Mick,

Many thanks for replying to my post. Yes, I always have the air-con turned on at its lowest setting whenever I'm driving. Also had the air-com re-gassed by Mr. T a few months ago. Thank you for putting my mind at rest. Now I know.

PS : Love your quote - On the edge or in the hedge - excellent!

Best regards,

loanranger

:D

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PS : Love your quote - On the edge or in the hedge - excellent!

my Corolla isn't the quickest - that's why I build and modify things like this:

MicksFJ1100Special.jpg

march23rdHintonAirfield002copy.jpg

:eek::eek::eek:

Noice... :lol: Do i spy a supertrap pipe on the yellow one? :D

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Spot On Daktari - When it's parked up,people say " It aint got a hole in the end of the Exhaust mate - how's that work??" !!!

:lol::lol::lol:

Got any pixs of the speed 'nipple ??

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go on.... how does it work???

It's a way of fine tuning the mixture - helpful when you have a modded engine running a Stage3 Dyno jet kit.

Go to :

http://www.supertrapp.com/resource/faqs.asp

It's easier for you to read it than me to type it

:thumbsup:

supertrapp.jpg

sotal - you might notice i'm running a ThunderCat front end and rear shock on the FJ1100 "special" I built !!

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