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I need a diagram of the ac drain line as it goes through the firewall to determine if I can repair it or I need a pro. I think the seal is compromised


The water/condensation drain line is only about 3 inches long and connects directly to the pan under the AC coil. It comes out of the Firewall and makes a 90 degree turn to the ground. The end is crimped down a little and if you ahve water coming back into the car passenger side floor board it is probably that line that is clogged. You can clear this using a small thin (needs to be stiff like lacing wire) to clear the blockage.

Sep 02, 2011 | 2007 Chevrolet Uplander

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2003 mazda protege fluid is leaking on foot


A/C WATER ON FLOOR
Could be the drain tube is partially clogged. It is usually located on the fire-wall or down towards the floor pan under the car. It is usually close to where the A/C lines go thru the fire-wall. About 1/2 inch diameter sticking straight out but may have a 90 degree elbow pointing down.
Also, it

Aug 30, 2011 | 2003 Mazda Protege

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Water in the AC cooling fan compartment.located the drain and ran a wire inside the drain about 3-4 in. n got a litttle water but was unsure if I might damage something by pushing the wire further. Or is...


Could be the drain tube is partially clogged. It is usually located on the fire-wall or down towards the floor pan under the car. It is usually close to where the A/C lines go thru the fire-wall. About 1/2 inch diameter sticking straight out but may have a 90 degree elbow pointing down.
Also, it's been extra hot and humid all over and moisture could be freezing inside the unit when on MAX A/C, then suddenly melting when switched to normal. This opens the outside air door and allows warm/hot air into the unit instead of recirculating the cold air inside the car. The drain may not be able to handle a large, sudden quantity of water.
Perform a "driveway" test. Open the hood, start engine and run the A/C on normal with the windows or doors open. Locate the drain tube by looking for water dripping. Once located twist 2 or 3 pipe cleaners together and verify the tube is clean. Then close the doors/windows and switch to MAX A/C. Check for water dripping. If it stops dripping, water is freezing inside and now you know why!


As long as you dont cram or force anything up the drain tube, you'll be fine. No, there is no easy way to get to the evaporator area under the dash. There are a lot of fasteners and drilling and cutting is required.

Aug 24, 2011 | 2000 Buick Park Avenue

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Can't find the drain line for ac. water is leaking in side on pass side


Could be the drain tube is partially clogged. It is usually located on the fire-wall or down towards the floor pan under the car. It is usually close to where the A/C lines go thru the fire-wall. About 1/2 inch diameter sticking straight out but may have a 90 degree elbow pointing down.
Also, it's been extra hot and humid all over and moisture could be freezing inside the unit when on MAX A/C, then suddenly melting when switched to normal. This opens the outside air door and allows warm/hot air into the unit instead of recirculating the cold air inside the car. The drain may not be able to handle a large, sudden quantity of water.
Perform a "driveway" test. Open the hood, start engine and run the A/C on normal with the windows or doors open. Locate the drain tube by looking for water dripping. Once located twist 2 or 3 pipe cleaners together and verify the tube is clean. Then close the doors/windows and switch to MAX A/C. Check for water dripping. If it stops dripping, water is freezing inside and now you know why!

Aug 22, 2011 | 2001 Daewoo Lanos

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A/c drain in the cabin on the pax side of 1996 model thunderbird


A/C WATER ON FLOOR
Could be the drain tube is partially clogged. It is usually located on the fire-wall or down towards the floor pan under the car. It is usually close to where the A/C lines go thru the fire-wall. About 1/2 inch diameter sticking straight out but may have a 90 degree elbow pointing down.
Also, it

Aug 18, 2011 | 1996 Ford Thunderbird LX

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Plugged ac evaporator drain hose 2004 mitsibishi endever


I take it that condensate from the evaporator is leaking inside on the floor. Could be the drain tube is partially clogged. It is usually located on the fire-wall or down towards the floor pan under the car. It is usually close to where the A/C lines go thru the fire-wall. About 1/2 inch diameter sticking straight out but may have a 90 degree elbow pointing down.
Also, it's been extra hot and humid all over and moisture could be freezing inside the unit when on MAX A/C, then suddenly melting when switched to normal. This opens the outside air door and allows warm/hot air into the unit instead of recirculating the cold air inside the car. The drain may not be able to handle a large, sudden quantity of water.
Perform a "driveway" test. Open the hood, start engine and run the A/C on normal with the windows or doors open. Locate the drain tube by looking for water dripping. Once located twist 2 or 3 pipe cleaners together and verify the tube is clean. Then close the doors/windows and switch to MAX A/C. Check for water dripping. If it stops dripping, water is freezing inside and now you know why!

Aug 17, 2011 | 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor

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I have a clogged ac drain line on my Mit Endevour 2004. I have read on other sites that it is located behind the barke line on the firewall but I can't find it . Help Please


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The evaporator is the one that condensates, the evaporator is located inside the blower assembly in the passenger side of the engine compartment. Look for the two hoses coming from the AC ino the firewall, they connect to the evaporator, (the one that sweats) and the drain hose should be somewhere underneat.

I have seen cases in which the drain hose is gone, look for an 90 degree elbow pointing downwards.

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Aug 18, 2010 | 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor

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92 Chevy S10 Truck...Where is the hose located that drains water from the AC onto the ground? It is clogged and leaking onto the passenger side front floor.


It's not actually a hose. Look on the firewall just in front of the passenger seat and you'll see a piece of tubing that comes out and makes a 90 degree turn toward the ground and is crimped at the end almost totally closing it off. That is the drain you are looking for.

Jul 08, 2010 | 1992 Chevrolet S-10

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2001 Camry water on floor of rt side front and back, fog mist coming from ac vent, 90 degree weather, no rain. Back floor was pooling with water, no odor


Most likely the ac drain is stopped up. The drain is under the car near where a passenger feet would be. You can try gently running a pencil or something similiar to clear it out or compressed air.

Jun 21, 2010 | 2002 Toyota Camry

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