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Air Conditioning VW golf 2003 1.6

I have water leaking out from the middle of my VW when the car stops after being run. It is not hot so i surmise that it is from the Air con. We have the AC running all the time here in Libya. Is this residue from the AC or is it another problem?

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The air con causes the coolant lines and other parts to frost over during use, when you stop the frost and condensed water are thaw and become water again. No Problem.

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