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Old 09-21-2012, 09:56 PM   #1
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A/C prob. Help pls?

Hey guys, my ac keeps dripping water every time its on. How should I go about this? Any suggestions? Thx
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It's condensation, it's just a byproduct of running the A/C system
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It's condensation, it's just a byproduct of running the A/C system
Its dripping on the inside on the carpet. Actually, it doesn't really drip ...it kind of just runs out :/
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Its dripping on the inside on the carpet. Actually, it doesn't really drip ...it kind of just runs out :/
Maybe you have a hose leaking? I have never really heard of that happening before.
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Mine does the same thing after awhile of running.
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Maybe you have a hose leaking? I have never really heard of that happening before.
Oh okay. Well thanks anyways

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Mine does the same thing after awhile of running.
The moment I turn on mine, it starts leaking. Really annoying :/
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Mine doesn't do that if mine runs for 2-3 hours it will drip a drop or 2
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Mine doesn't do that if mine runs for 2-3 hours it will drip a drop or 2
Ohh okay.
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Oh okay. Well thanks anyways

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The moment I turn on mine, it starts leaking. Really annoying :/
Next time you run the A/C, pop the hood and look at the two lines going into your firewall on the passenger side, see if it is leaking around that area or if it's just doing it in the interior
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That happened to me when I bought a 04 SVT Focus and I had 2 inches o water in the passenger floorboard. Dealer told me it was normal. I told him to find me another rep before I broke his jaw. Turns out the lines that run into the firewall were never insulated and condensation ran into the cabin.
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Re: A/C prob. Help pls?

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That happened to me when I bought a 04 SVT Focus and I had 2 inches o water in the passenger floorboard. Dealer told me it was normal. I told him to find me another rep before I broke his jaw. Turns out the lines that run into the firewall were never insulated and condensation ran into the cabin.
What a dumb dealer. Its a car not a pool.
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Next time you run the A/C, pop the hood and look at the two lines going into your firewall on the passenger side, see if it is leaking around that area or if it's just doing it in the interior
Ok thanks! I'll check it out

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That happened to me when I bought a 04 SVT Focus and I had 2 inches o water in the passenger floorboard. Dealer told me it was normal. I told him to find me another rep before I broke his jaw. Turns out the lines that run into the firewall were never insulated and condensation ran into the cabin.
Oh okay. You should've broken his jaw. Lol
Im gonna check that out
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