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Wet under air compressors??

I have an easystreet air lift system inmy car, i was checking on the hoses near the compressors and i noticed it was wet under the compressors. Do air compressors drain themselves if needed? where else could this water be coming from?
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Re: Wet under air compressors??

Some compressors do.

It's more likely that it's condensation built up in the tank and the lines, and if you haven't got any moisture seperators in the system the condensate has nowhere to go, so it just seeps out wherever it can.
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