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    Default AC water drip on exhaust

    So, Iím assuming this is water condensation from the ac that drops on my exhaust. Havenít lost any fluids and itís been that way since I bought it a year ago. Anyone else have the same problems?
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    Steve,,,, most likely condensation water dripping down.... Shouldn't hurt a thing as the exhaust pipe heat will evaporate the water in short order. Florida generally has high humidity ,,,, so you'll have more moisture being pulled out at the evaporative coil in the dash..... At least its working well
    Last edited by pure zen; 02-08-2018 at 08:36 PM.
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