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Old 10-31-2012, 03:10 AM
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Condensation leak, No A/C

First off I searched here and a couple other forums for the answer and couldn't find it, so if there is something I missed, point me in the right direction.

Recently I have been noticing a fair amount of condensation dripping from where it would drip if I were running the A/C, the thing is I haven't run A/C in a couple months, in fact the climate control is turned all the way up. Everytime I stop I find a puddle at least 6" in diameter. I popped the hood and the condensor tubes are cold and have condensation forming on them.

Not quite sure what this could be and why it's doing it when I have full heat on.. Any suggestions?
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Old 10-31-2012, 03:37 AM
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Newer trucks run ac when defrost is being used. Unless you have the digital set up where you can cut it off.


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Old 10-31-2012, 03:40 AM
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My truck is on '04, and this even happens when I just have the blowers on head and feet.
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I dont know. Maby ac is stuck on. Have you tried unpluging it. Or watching to see if it is turning on. Someone smarter then me is going to have to chime in.


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