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It's usually on the firewall on the passenger side. Short tube pointing downward about 1 inch long. You shuld see water drip out with a/c on and set for outside air, not recirc mode.

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The AC drain is on the passenger side firewall, behind the plastic inner wheel well cover.
There is a TSB on this, where if you have leaking inside the truck soaking the carpet.
AC drain TSB 07-13-5. The part for it is F3LY6A614A. This is a TSB, not a recall so the owners needs to pay for the repair.

Here is a thread ( on another site ) that shows the step by step on the TSB
http://www.f150online.com/forums/articles-how-tos/419190-04-05-ac-drain-vent-instalation.html

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Bulletin No.: 03-01-39-011B
Date: November 22, 2005
TECHNICAL
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Water Leaks Into Passenger Compartment Through HVAC Module Condensate Drain Tube When Parked on Incline/Uphill Position (Install Auxiliary Drain Tube Extension)
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