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Antifreeze appears to leak everytime I turn on the

Antifreeze appears to leak everytime, I finish using the air conditioning unit.

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  • bergen1430 Aug 03, 2009

    It contains orange dex-cool, when it leaks.

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It is most likely not antifreeze, but just condensation dripping from the HVAC drain. it is normal and unless it contains orange dex-cool coolant, is not a problem.

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