Question about 1997 Toyota Camry
The passenger side carpets both front and back are sopping wet even though it has not rained. The mats are dry. I think is has something to do with the sir conditioning, but am not sure.
Hi! run your a/c for halfhour and pull back your pass.front carpet and expose your lower evaporator case to see if water is leaking in that area.if so,it is possible your case drain line,which is located on the right side lower firewall in the engine compartment, with a hose mounted,pointed down.you must use compressed air to unclogg it.9 out 10 this your problem! try this first.if this is not your prob.check for a cracked case!
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
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