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08-05-2010 08:01 PM
03 RUBI Checked out that web site. Some good overall info there. Like I said, I don't have A/C so couldn't give the OP much info.
08-05-2010 07:54 PM
Mabar Check to make sure your A/C evaporator drain is not plugged with dirt or debris.

Also, make sure you have this drain tube installed on the drain.

A/C Drain Tube

08-05-2010 07:37 PM
03 RUBI Sounds like the evaporator coil drain is plugged. At 90% humidity you're pulling a lot of water vapor out of the air. I don't have A/C on my Jeep but have worked on A/C for lots of years.
08-04-2010 09:58 PM
houstonwrangler Oh, it has been a week and this has not happene since....
08-04-2010 09:57 PM
Water dripping on my feet while wheeling in the dunes at Galveston

I have owned my TJ for a few months now and took it wheeling last weekend. After hitting some dunes/ruts pretty hard, I started feeling cold water dripping on my feet. Same thing with my wife in the passenger seat. YES, the A/C was running, it was 100 degrees with 90% humidity:<O)) Is this typical or is something wrong?

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