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I noticed a small amont of clear liquid dripping from the drivers side in the back of my 2003 Windstar van. I has no odor or color. what could this be. . . I was usingthe A/C for about 1 hour. Could it be condendation from that?

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Most likely if your vehicle has two AC units

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