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Where is the overflow tube for the condensation. Water leaking on my floorboard on my 1995 Dodge Ram Van 2500 series?

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If you have water in your floorboard, it sounds more to me like your heater core is leaking. Are you sure it's AC condensation? Is the floorboard constantly wet or only when the AC is on? Check your coolant level and see if it's low. Check to see if it's more like antifreeze in the floorboard than just plain water.

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