can the A/C drain lines on a Peterbilt 2014 367 cause overheating on the truck

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  1. BigTruckN86

    BigTruckN86 Bobtail Member

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    I am transporting from North Carolina to CA heavy haul 110k truck was running smooth then I notice water coming from the outside of the passenger door looked inside the cab to find water on the floor. Came to find the plug was clogged real real good but that not til the truck overheated and shut down on me. My question is did the A/C cause this problem to the truck 2014 Peterbilt 367 yes I have been running the A/C for 3 days while I have been tracking back to Ca didn’t notice the water issue til the 2nd day.
     
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  3. AModelCat

    AModelCat Road Train Member

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    99.9% it wasn't the cause of overheat.
     
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  4. baha

    baha Road Train Member

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    Only thing to ck is to be sure that the eng. Fan is still coming on at right tenp? If water fills up the ac box it can fry the temperature sensor and may hurt fan running?
     
    Last edited: May 19, 2022
  5. MAMservices

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    Say what?
     
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