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Re: Water comes out through AC drain
Try to find the drain on the box and unclog it. its also on the underside of the car. ive seen other lines bend the drain. it looks like a small rubber tube. let me see if i can get a pic of it for you. sorry no pics just a "replace price" on my web site
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It sounds as if your heater box/ AC condenser box has stopped up drains. Look in the engine compartment against the firewall directly by where the heater box is on the other side of and you should see the drain hose. I would suggest using a vacuum hose reduced down to remove any trash blocking it. If you use compressed air, it will only blow the trash back into the box and will cause a stoppage at a later date. I definately would not run a wire up through it as you might puncture the heater coill/ ac condenser coil. Good Luck
Could be the drain for the ac is plugged up. Usually when this happens the passenger side floor gets wet, but it could be coming out on the driver's side when you take a right turn. The drain should be on the bottom of the firewall near the floor, you should see water dripping onto the ground when the ac is on.
Most likely the windshield is starting to leak - Second choice is - there is a drain hose - it may be clocked up - please pull up the floor man - and look for a rubber hose that goes down through the floor board. If that hose is clogged it will only be wet when you run the AC and you will notice not much water coming from under the car from the drain hose which exits under where the passengers feet are.
Is the leaking liquid antifreeze or clear water? Anti freeze is slimy. Ck your AC drain . its under the blower housinfg under the hood on the fire wall. The drain is easier to seeb from below looking yp. Squeeze it open and make sure it's clear. Good luck -Ned_
it is leaking into the van on the passenger side isnt it? I bet I am right. I dont know if your has an in cabin filter or not. if it does then I suggest to take it out until the problem is fixed. if the removal of the filter fixes the problem then replace it with a new one. the drain for the AC should be located on the passenger side fire wall. check and see if there is a hose that connected to the vent drain that may have fell off. it this is the case then air can be forced into the drain at the fire wall while you are driving. the AC fan should be able to blow out of the drain normally and thus helping to keep it drained. it should have a path that faced downward, that way when driving the outside air passing by the hose while driving will actually have a slight suction effect on the drain.
you get the idea. hope this helps. if there is no hose and it is still draining outside. then the wind outside while driving could cause the water drip to flow down the fire wall itself and all it takes is a poor seal around where the drain goes thru the firewall and it could leak back into the vehicle around this drain