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Typically when you use the defrost, the air conditioning compressor runs. Once you take it off defrost it will usually keep running. This is to remove the humidity from inside the car. It runs even when you call for heat for example. I would fire up the car and put the defrost on and see if it kicks the compressor on. The only part of the car that should drain only water would be the a/c evaporator.
That being said, unless there is some sort of water leak in the car after rains that is slowly draining, there should be no other place for the water to come from.
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If the compressor is actually kicking on, that tells me that there could be condensation and the system is working normally. It would come out of the heater box drain and onto the ground under the car. Point being that just because you aren't set to air conditioning doesn't mean it's not running. I hope that makes more sense. See, the air con will run with the defrost on. If you have the heat set to hot, then the blend door will prevent the cold air from coming inside the car, but since the compressor is running, you will still get the water. So it's a normal thing to be happening.
It's possible and it could be more then usual. Most of it's based of humidity, so if it's been hot or humid in your area, there might be a bit more. Nothing else on the car has water. The cooling system should be antifreeze and the windshield washer is usually blue.
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