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I have a 2002 Dodge Intrepid ES and this is the first time I've noticed this much leakage under my car after running the AC. Is this normal and if not does anyone have any idea what the problem could be? AC is working just fine. Only 43,000 miles on this car....bought new!
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Pure water, no antifreeze? (The coolant has antifreeze in it, i.e., not plain water?)

Is it all coming from the condensate drain tube (passenger-side firewall)?

What was the ambient temperature and humidity when that water happened?

Any restriction in the drain tube?
 

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Look under the car in the "passenger-side firewall" as PEVA said when the A/C is running. That is where the A/C drain line comes out. If so - no worries.
 

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Pure water, no antifreeze? (The coolant has antifreeze in it, i.e., not plain water?)

Is it all coming from the condensate drain tube (passenger-side firewall)?

What was the ambient temperature and humidity when that water happened?

Any restriction in the drain tube?
Just water. Temp was about 85, not sure about humidity.
Don't know about the drain tube. My boyfriend is out of town so I guess I'll have him check it when he gets back. Thank you.
 
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