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Old 11-27-2019, 03:54 PM
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Unhappy Help! I think my Huracan is leaking fluid

Hope I am in the right area for this thread. My new to me huracan is leaking luckily I think its only washer fluid (its blue) and front left of the car.

Got it yesterday and did have a PPI done at lambo everything came back perfect. Pics enclosed any insight would be great. I did check the washer cap it was on tight.

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Old 11-27-2019, 04:48 PM
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When you say “got here” do you mean you had the car transported via an enclosed transport?

If so, you may see some “residual fluid” that shook out on the way to your house which can be totally normal.

(If the car saw service right before it went on the truck, some fluid can be spilled and rest just on top of the undercarriage panels.

On a truck this can bounce around and find its way out. If you drove a little and then parked it, the residual fluid can leak.

If you find one puddle, and after a nice wash it doesn’t return, this could be all it is.

If after a wash you continue to see leaking, it is likely something else.

My two cents.
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The headlight washer connections are a common place to leak. We’ve had it when changing over the bumper before.


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Usually when the bumper is remove they break. You have to lift the bumper up and then forward to avoid breaking them.
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Thank you for the responses
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