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You have a 2004 RAV4 and when using the defroster and heater water drips from the engine compartment as if the AC has been running The dealer said this was normal but you have never noticed this befor?

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2005-12-04 17:36:59
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it is normal. when you use the defroster, the air conditioner is also working to help dry the air passing over the windshield. this moisture is condensed by the cool evaporator and drained through the floor of the car.

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