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When the air conditioner is running the floor on the drivers side gets wet. It is not the drain line, we have had that checked.

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I can't think of much else that could be wrong. What is happening here is that water condensates inside the vehicle which is entirely normal during operation. There should be a tray below the exchanger inside the vehicle that collects the condensation - maybe that is broken / not fixed in place?

Posted on Aug 06, 2010

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