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Also posted in engine drivetrain...here is my link....I'lll need your help on this too guys....

Water causing a short due to A/C system

What should be my counteractive measures?
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First you need to try to get the water to drain. Look right behind the front wheel on the passenger side on the underbody right where it joins the fenderwell. I believe this is where the drain hole should be for the cowling/ A/C condensate. Make sure this hole is clear and get any junk out of it. Once you do this it should drain the water out of most of the duct area. Then I would pull your interior air filter and dry it and do what you can to get the ductwork dried out as much as possible as soon as possible. I would have the dealership check things over to make sure the electrical equipment was not damaged, but if you get things dried out quickly hopefully there won't be any major poblems.
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