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I just bought a 2006 black Tahoe last week and the past few days, it has been dripping water after I shut it off. I mean, lots o water. It is coming from the front passenger side. I have been using the front AC and I do have rear AC but I havent been using it. It has only been about 82 degrees today. The Tahoe has 72000 miles on it.

I have owned an 02 Tahoe and Suburban in the past and they never did this?

I tried to add pics but it's not cooperating right now. Any advice?
 

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normal, if it stops leaking then its soaking up your carpet.
 

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since we're talking about a/c
here's a random question.
What if it doesnt lose a lot of water when the a/c is on?
Mine works ok, but doesnt seem to drop much water, even when I have it on for a long time. Does it need to be charged?
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since we're talking about a/c
here's a random question.
What if it doesnt lose a lot of water when the a/c is on?
Mine works ok, but doesnt seem to drop much water, even when I have it on for a long time. Does it need to be charged?
Thanks
Idk how hot it is in MA but I'm assuming not hot enough to condensate.
 

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Sorry, I havent had time (or a computer) to update my profile, I'll do it now.
I moved to North Carolina. Its been pretty hot out lately, around 90 on average.
 

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The amount of condensation also depends on humidity in your area, the amount you notice under your truck may depend on whether or not you have a drip sheild under it, park on a hill so it runs further back, or what temp you have on the a/c control (meaning how much you're using it).
 
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