Water dripping down (96/Carmy)

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Old 19 Apr 2004, 12:32 am   #1 (permalink)
funCarmyguy
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Default Water dripping down (96/Carmy)

From my drive way, I noticed a spot (no smell, no color, non-oil -
water like) on the front passenger side of my 96 Carmy. The car runs
fine, nothing strange. You can see it dripping down even the car is
stoppped and parked.

The spot looks like from A/C, but not sure since I don't turn on A/C
that often.

any comment is appreciated.
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Old 19 Apr 2004, 07:32 pm   #2 (permalink)
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funCarmyguy wrote:

> From my drive way, I noticed a spot (no smell, no color, non-oil -
> water like) on the front passenger side of my 96 Carmy. The car runs
> fine, nothing strange. You can see it dripping down even the car is
> stoppped and parked.
>
> The spot looks like from A/C, but not sure since I don't turn on A/C
> that often.
>
> any comment is appreciated.


As you surmise, I suspect that it is merely condensed
water from your air conditioner. You could check.
If the water drips more often with the air conditioner
set for maximum cooling and the fan on full with the
windows open, the water is probably just A/C condensate.

Perhaps not, though:

A side product of burning hydrocarbons is water vapor.
You can see condensed water vapor dripping out of the
tailpipes of some cars if conditions are right.
It is completely possible that Toyota has allowed that
condensed vapor to leave the vehicle in a slightly
classier way.

Either way, it's completely normal and nothing about
which to worry.

:0)

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