how to find a leak in a car

My car leaves 13 drops of liquid on the floor separeated around a meter when
I enter it in the garage. They do not stain, nor smell and evaporate in few
minutes, so they must be refrigerant. Besides, they seem to fall from a zone
that have received a hit in front of the car.
The question is: is there a trick to find quickly where the refrigerant is
leaking, specially taking into account that is a tiny leak?
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Josep Gras
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It won't be refrigerant. It is not a liquid at atmospheric pressure.
It could be water condensate from your air conditioner (normal) or a leak in your engine cooling system.
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AB
I have tried to drive without the AC. It has stopped dropping liquid. You are right.
Thanks for the time spent answering my silly question.
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