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Your 2002 Ford Explorer AC is leaking water inside the carpets according to Ford is a leaking evaporator coil Any other ideas?

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2005-10-30 01:37:53
2005-10-30 01:37:53

If it is leaking on the passenger side I would agree with them; the drian hose could be opened up with caompressed air.Good luck.

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