It appears to be water. Can't find anything dripping so far. Drivers side from behind the wheel. Any thoughts on where to start ? Just woke up so haven't really looked into it yet but ideas would help a lot.
Thanks and Merry Xmas.
Not a wet line or sign of a point of leakage to be found yet.
I don't see a crack or anything in the Washer fluid bottle.
So far it's a Mystery to me.
She probably knows I just got paid.
You know how that goes.
Maybe a long shot, but do you have A/C and perhaps had the defroster on when you parked there?
This gets my vote. The few times I've used my AC I've noticed a good amount of moisture & frost build up around the canister on the firewall passenger side. The same thing will happen in the winter when the defroster is used. Even in an arid climate, an AC unit can still pull a lot of moisture out of the air.
Have Heat and AC and never use them. I'm in AZ. It was 70 yesterday and 45 last night. Hadn't driven it since 3pm. Those are all good things to think about but that's not what it is.
There is nothing on the drivers side that would make that puddle. It's not Brake Fluid. I can't figure out why my Washer bottle would leak and there are no signs of leaking anywhere I can find. ?
Thanks for the responses though. I'm still looking at it.
Yeah I park outside but it's covered. I thought about the old Oil Under the Harley trick as I have done that too. lol. Thought it might have been my roommate screwing with me but it would have been Beer under there if he had done it.
We used to put Rice under my buddy's Yamaha and tell him it was leaking something. No Offense to anyone.
Whoa ! Never thought of that. How do I go about that ? Sorry, first Jeep. It did Rain a couple days ago.
Remove the screws across the top of the cowl cover, just below the windshield. I think there are a few more under the rubber where the back of the hood meets the cowl cover. Open the hood and gently pull the rubber down/up to expose. You'll find the drain hole down in there, along with leaves, wrappers, dead squirrel, etc.
It's probably just water that is leaking out from the last time it rained. Don't worry about chasing the problem. All the ford trucks I've had have done this. Numerous times I have put them on a lift to replace something and have found water dripping out from the front fender/cab area. It tends to pool up somewhere and leak out. Never seen this happen to my wrangler but then again I've never looked