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AC water in front floor.

Where is the drain? How to clean?

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The drain is located on the firewall on the passenger side. Normally the drain is black in color and sticks out about 3/4 to 1 inch. Usually if you take a small stick and push in to that hose, nipple, it will remove the obstruction.

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