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Old 08-31-2014, 09:02 AM
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So I noticed a puddle under my truck this morning. From what I'm reading, looks like it is the condensation drain for the AC coming from my firewall. Although I did not have my ac on this morning....that normal?

The pic is where the water is coming from on passenger side firewall
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Happens to me all the time. But I almost always have the air on.
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If you had your AC on before you parked it, yes then it is normal. To avoid freaking out, when you see water on the ground. You can try this, about 5 minutes before reaching your destination, turn off your AC. This reduces the condensation that will drip to the ground.
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Although I did not have my ac on this morning....that normal?
If you haven't already, you will soon find that the truck runs the AC under certain conditions whether you have it selected on or not.
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