Question about 2012 Hyundai Elantra
Most likely the drain tube for the a/c is plugged.Sometimes, you can take a coat hanger and slide it up the tube to remove the blockage. If you look on the passenger side firewall under the hood, you should be able to see a 1/2 rubber hose coming out of the firewall. This is the a/c drain tube, try to get the coat hanger up it gently, if this is the problem, water will likely come out once you do this. If you can't get the hanger up there, then you may have to pull the carpet back and you will see where the tube connects to the heater box. You will have to pull it off there and run the hanger through it. You will get wet, so bing towels. If you unhook it under the dash, you will need them to soak up the water.
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Posted on Feb 14, 2012
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