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Water leaking on 2002 trailblazer not antifreeze

Wife came home from short drive and plain water was runnung out of firewall insulation. I am not sure if it was washer fluid or water from cloged hdrain for AC. Intifreeze is all good and car runs fine a couple hrs later the eingine light came on???

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  • dbethelofall Jan 13, 2013

    I knew it was from ac drain , needed to know where it is to clean it. As for the code I had it erased as it seems gas isnt worth the money we pay for it. I have had three cars this year get cleared for evap and find out its the cheap fuel it seems to everywhere.

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The water is from the ac drain i would guess the ses light is unrelated get it scanned see what dtc is stored

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