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AC Condensation runs over Transmission/Exhaust

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2019 AT4 Crew Cab (6.2Lt)

The AC condensation somehow makes it down over the transmission and then drips on the crossover pipe of the exhaust below the transmission pan.  I keep hearing the singe sound of the water on the hot exhaust when i pull in the garage.  Anyone else have this issue?  I'm assuming there is a drain tube or hose that might be missing or misdirected.  Any comments/suggestions?

 

Thanks.

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Mine does the same.

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Haven't noticied that on my 5.3 Just getting warm up here in the frozen north. Maybe routing is different. I would think a little extension on the drain hose would cure it.

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Mine is aimed at the top of the frame rail so I moved it to point almost straight down. I would think if it hit the frame it would bounce off it and some would hit the exhaust but I wouldn't be concerned by it.

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Mine does the same thing as well.. doesnt bother me though, scares the wife more than anything.

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Mine does the same thing. Noticed it as I was getting out of the truck in a parking garage this week.

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