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Old 09-18-2008
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once again,not a huge deal, but little things bug me. i have some drippage from the front passenger side im 99% sure its the sweat from the ac. any way to reduce this. yes i know all it does is leave a little spot of water on the ground but once again my ocd...

ill try to get a pic next time i run it if that helps.
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No way to do anything with that. If you try and plug it the evaporator box will fill with water and grow mold.
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All cars/trucks with AC do it. Nothing you can do about it.
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Remove the AC
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Build a catch for it and route the water with a hose to the exhaust where it can get evaporated...Let it drip.
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Old 09-20-2008
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Just gonna have to deal with it. Be glad you have A/C.
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yea.....mine does it too. All the time too. I generally get the old 'hey, you're leaking something' about once a month. lol.
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