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Pouring water when A/C is on...pouring!

Truck has been sitting for a few months due to some trouble with the law. Been cranked every few days just to keep it in check. Cleaned it up to get back on the road and noticed water pouring on the ground when the A/C is on. I know there should be a drip, but there is a river flowing down my driveway. What could be the problem? Air blows cold, but worried about the amount of water going to the ground.

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Water coming from drain in firewall on passenger side. It's a hole, I'm guessing its a drain.

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The higher the humidity, the more water you will see. I doubt you have an issue.

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Ok. Thanks. I'll keep an eye on it.

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Being that you are in MS, I'd say it is just a lot more condensation than usual because of the high humidity.

Mine was dumping lots of water last week with dew points in the 70's here.

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