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I have a 2001 Montero Limeted that has an obvious a/c moisture drain plugged. When I have the a/c fan on, and the vehicle either turns or changes from level ground, there is a noise that sounds like water hitting the fan and there is also dripping water in to the passenger floor board.

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There is a drain hose from the heater/cooler unit that empies through the firewall in the engine compartment (the easiest way to get to it). As I recall, there is a D shaped piece of insulation (about an inch across) that covers the drain flap. It can be found on the Driver's side, toward the center of the car. I think it might be easier to get to from underneath. Good Luck!

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