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How did you unclog AC drain?


1. ask real nicely at a car service place if they could jack your car up on their hoist and blast some compressed air into the AC drain Pipe.
With the hydraulic hoist it makes the job so much easier and takes less than one minute to do.
2. Go to a service station that has compressed air and try to crawl under your car and do it yourself

option 1 is much easier .

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How to unclogged ac drain on a 2003 saturn ion


It will be on the firewall passengers side fairly low. looks like a littler rubber elbow. where it points down you can run a wire up into it or just use a side cutter and cut the end open a little more for it to drain.

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'98 GMC Sierra is leaking water inside the cab on the passenger side when I have the A.C. turned on. I can see where the water is coming from, but I can't get it to stop leaking.


There is a drain under the vehicle under where the ac lines go into the vehicle cab',look directly below the ac lines,it is hard to find but it is there ,use compressed air ,like a air compressor or air tank,with a blow gun and blow the drain out,if it unclogs the drain,it will pour out like a water fall,if this was at all helpful,please rate thank you.

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Location of AC drain hose on 05 toyota camry


Locate,under the hood,the ac lines going into the firewall,the drain is directly below those ac lines,it will be hard to find,but use a air tank with a blow gun,and blow the drain out,it will pour out like a water fall when it is unclogged.If this was at all helpful,please rate.

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When using the air conditioner, i find there is water on my passenger floorboards. what is causing this?


there is a device under the passenger side of the dash,, called an evaporator.. for the ac!!!,, this is leaking (the lines connected to it,, or your gas is running low (ac gas) have an ac guy top up the gas for you !!! and it will stop,, unless the lines are broken which is very unlikely..

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I need to know how to unclog my ac drain for a 2001 mistbushi mirage.


WELL WE TAKE HANGER TO DO IT OR SOME AIR THE TUB IS AT PASSENGER SIDE MOST OF THE TIME SOMTIME EASER TO SEE FROM UNDER CAR HOPE THIS HELPS

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Water from ac condensor leaking in on passenger side. where do i access it to unclog it?


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Water coming out of ac vent


YES There is a DRAIN Located Directly UNDER A/C ? Heater BOX it is BLACK RUBBER and Nothing Special about it Just use a Screwdriver to Poke into it There is Something BLOCKING it So Work with it to UNCLOG it. The Water in these Units Can Get REALY STINKY so BE PREPAIRED.
Im Pretty Sure that this Solves that PROBLEM. Have A Good Day

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Condensate is blown out of the AC vents in front of passenger


Use compressed air to unclog the exit of the drain piping .Done in half second withour disassemblying anything.
I was told by a mechanic that this problem is very common with all Mitsubishi models.

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