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1999 Jeep Wrangler 4 cylinder (manual tran). I noticed a large pool of water in the floorboard on the passenger side of my Jeep. This was after driving for about an hour with the a/c on in Texas at about 98deg. I know the condensation drips from the a/c and is normal, but this was a large amount of water that pooled under the removable carpet and then soaked through. Any ideas?

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    BJ Balentine Jun 25, 2009

    Thanks a lot.

    That would be great.

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My dad has a 2004 Dodge Dakota with the exact same problem, the passengers side floor board is soaked with water after running the AC. Also there is a pool of water that collects under the truck.

We are getting a mechanic to look at it, I will post what the problem is when we find out.

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  • damiengagne7 Jul 14, 2009

    ok my dad took our truck to the mechanic and he said that the AC drain hose was plugged. The same thing apparently happened to another friend of mine's Dodge Ram truck. So I guess it starts to pool the water and then it leaks on the inside, and underneath the truck.

    Hope this helps.


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