Question about 2002 Chrysler Town & Country
Even when you use the heater, modern climate controls use the air con to dehumidify the air to assist in defogging. this humidity runs out a small hose normally on the passenger side of the firewall. this is normally not a problem
Posted on Nov 28, 2013
Testimonial: "And it might not be, I was just concerned, because I wasnt using the ac, just heater, and the water is dripping from a metal tube that sticks out about two inches from the firewall passenger side, its not small and its split on the bottom of the tube"
Drain is plugged for a/c should be a black hose on fre wall by power steering pump take a wire or blow gun and clean it out.
Posted on Nov 28, 2013
Testimonial: "Its not a black hose that the water is dripping from, its a matel tube thats split on the bottom and sticks out of the firewall passenger side about two inches"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this is normal, water is the condensation leaking out,but if leaking inside the van then the drain is pluged up, the drain is on the pass/side outside the van on the firewall,blow air into drain or stick a coat hanger in to hole until water leaks out,
Posted on May 14, 2010
Testimonial: "Yes. A simple fix for a very annoying problem. Thank you very much. Peace at last. The water has not leaked for two days now. Wife happy. Great fix for the leak. It has now stopped."
SOURCE: My 1999 Town n Country
more than likely you have a valve cover leak its common you will need to re move the cover
1 take out the bolts 6 i believe 7/16 socket remove the small bolts
2 pry the valve cover off
3 clean the old gaskets off the valve cover and motor
4 clean the valve cover and paint the valve cover light blue so you can see any leaks
that may happen // i dout if you will have any
5 put a small amount fo permatex (BLACK) it works well with oil and it will hold the gasket in place
once you put the gasket on the on the valve cover put a small amount on the bottom of the
gasget/// you will have permatex on both sides of the gasket
6 now you are ready to in stall tha valve cover back on the motor and put in all the bolts finger
tight once all the bolts are in you want to snug the bolts don't try to tighten the bolts to much
or you will cut the new gasket
7 now that every thing is back in check your oil level and run the engine for ten min this will set up
the new gasket and give the permatex a chance to cure
hope this helps you
Posted on May 07, 2011
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