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post #1 of 5 Old 07-11-2011, 02:31 PM Thread Starter
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Water drip ?

I have water dripping from both sides of the engine compartment. It drips down onto the control arms. It is water, no smell, clear color and it happens after I drive it for a while with a/c on. My F150 used to do the same thing on the passenger side. Is this the same thing? Some sort of condesation or is there something new I need to educate myself with?
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so am I just being a jack!@ and it's obvious what this is or is this something anyone else notice all the time?
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Did it rain? Did you wash your truck?
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Just condensation from the A/C you are all good I would think.

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I'll buy the condensation, that's what I originally thought. My F150 did it like a mother, leaked into the passenger floor board area. The only thing odd on this truck is that it has happened on more than 1 occasion to show up on the driver's side control arm just like the passenger.

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