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Normal. It's the A/C pulling moisture out of the air.

 

Jay

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Like Jay said, it's completely normal. No need to worry. I can fill a small pool with the water that comes from mine.

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4 hours ago, Itsjustme said:

Like Jay said, it's completely normal. No need to worry. I can fill a small pool with the water that comes from mine.

I hear you on that one.  Wish it wasn't so much, but we have been having 90-100+ degress days of heat.  Not much I can do without melting the family.

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I noticed mine drips down under the center and not the passenger side. GM do something different with the downspout?

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