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Ok, you will need to check the pump for leaking as well as trace the hose for a leak and replace as needed.
The pump is at the bottom of the reservoir at lower front of engine compartment(see attached). You remove the front left tire and then the wheel well liner to access it.
The hose runs from there to the left rear top of engine compartment and up to underside of the hood(see attached) - remove the liner on underneath of hood to access that part of the hose.
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It is only common in areas that have hard winters and the hoses become brittle. Otherwise not very common. It is possible that it is a hose that disconnected at a junction either at the pump or where it crosses up to the hood.