Regal 3.8 AC leakage question

My 1991 Regal seems to be leaking an abnormal amount of water from under the car . I know AC usually leaves a puddle but this is dripping out and leaving
a trail. It is coming from behind the crossmember behind the pan. Any suggestions or knowledge on the subject would be appreciated. Thanks. By the way it is definately water.
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Oh yeah and I wasn't using the AC when I noticed the dripping.

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jl wrote:

First of all, you want to establish what the liquid is. It might be coolant. It might be air conditioner condensate. It might be rain water. It might be windshield wiper fluid.
If it is from the air conditioner, then that is a good sign that the system is working great.
---Bob Gross---
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If it is plain water it is condensation from the AC evaporator and is normal. Has the humidity been high? The drain tube could have been blocked which let water build up in the evaporator and has started leaking. Make sure the tube is open and all water drained out or you will start smelling mildew. If it is colored it is probably antifreeze and you will need to get it fixed....

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If it's water for sure, it's the AC Condensate line. That's about the right location too, Passenger side, just in front of the firewall. If it's been Humid out, that can increase the amount of liquid dramatically. The AC actually by nature "dries" the air, and the excess moisture is discarded out the drain tube. Check the drain tube for blockages soon. If the tube is restricted, it may not drain until it's very full, instead of a constant gradual draining.
Cheers, Rich...
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