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Old 12-24-2011, 08:47 PM
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The problem is the ac drain is clogged. Look under your ram by the passenger tire and there is an opening on the firewall where the ac condensation drains. If it's clogged you can unclog it by blowing air in there. If that doesn't fix it the seal around the tube may be bad and it's just flowing back inside. I took a piece of tubing and connected it to the piece coming out the fire wall, then an immediate elbow, then a tubing draining down and it solved that problem for me. Lots cheaper than replacing that seal.

Good luck and let us know what fixes it.
Joe
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