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Water from the air condition drains inside the cab

Need to know where the drain hose is suppose to be and details thank you

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  • wind492 Feb 24, 2009

    Thank you for quick response I have looked . a little more detail please. Is it on the motor side at bottom ot the tire side -is the hole facing the radiator or the ground?



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It will be a small hose with an open end, it's on the passenger side of the firewall, inside the engine compartment, it's black and held on by a small ring clamp. It comes out of the firewall and turns down pointing at the ground.

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