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post #1 of 13 Old 07-14-2014, 06:57 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone elses AC leak water on passenger floor mat?

Anyone elses AC leak water on passenger floor mat?

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Mine leaks water into the ground under the passenger side. I did have a similar problem with the 09 F150 I traded in for my '12 F250. The condenser drain plumbing wasn't right is what they kept telling me. Several trips to and from the dealer and I gave up. Pulled up the carpet, dried it up, and the traded it in for what I really wanted. I hope the dealer can fix yours better than mine
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Crawl under the truck on passenger side and check the AC drain tube that comes through the truck floor to insure it is open. My old 96 use to stick shut at times. I would open it and it would be ok for a 6-9 months and then stick again.

If it is open, see if you can check the cab to see if drain tube is attached to the ac/heater box inside the truck.

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Mine seems more like condensation.

I do get a puddle under the passengers side tire when idling.

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Anyone elses AC leak water on passenger floor mat?
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I have a fairly new 2014 Ford SD, Lariat PSD 6.7 with about 3,800 miles on it now and noticed some water droplets on the passenger floor mat last week.
It was a VERY hot day with real high humidity so that may have caused it.

But, I will check the tube the members here have mentioned and see if there is something obstructing it.

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hot day and high humidity with me too, I am in Houston!

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hot and humid day day down in NC and the interior pieces in the passenger foot well had condensation on them, and the truck usually has a puddle under it from the ac too. I havnt seen it do this again, just figured it was because it was so damn hot and humid

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hot day and high humidity with me too, I am in Houston!
I think thats your problem wright there.
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Do these trucks have a rubber drip tube for the AC? My truck just has a metal pipe sticking out the firewall.

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I don't think it is a drain problem. My truck does the same thing and it is condensation from the air box being so cold. Like a cold glass on a hot day.

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