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Old 06-10-2014, 07:36 AM   #1
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piloto (passenger side water leak)

Has anyone with fr3 had trouble with water leaking on passengers feet while traveling? Have new fr3 and no leaks while parked but rain stopped and started driving and water started leaking in vicinity of vent(heater outlet} by passengers feet. At first thought it might be splashing up from road and coming thru the doors in heater. later thoughts that it might be a stopped up drain from ac since it was not raining at the time but very humid and warm. Coach is only about 2 months old. any ideas or trouble with this?
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Old 06-10-2014, 08:17 AM   #2
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It is condensation forming on the ducts and dripping off. You must be in a high humidity area.
You might try insulation around black a/c duct tubing.

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Running the cabin a/c with generator made it stop for me.
The front a/c can't cool or dry that large a space.

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