Question about 2008 Mazda Cx 9
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: where is the ac drain
This is a common problem and isn't model specific.
If you take a look under your car you may need car ramps, close to the middle near the shifter. You should see an outlet, chances are this will be packed with road grime and debris. Just get a small poker of some type, star screwdriver or similar and gently probe this bung. Try to remove as much crud as you can.
Make sure you have chocks under your wheels and the vehicle is in park and the handbrake on. If a manual make sure it is in neutral Also good to have a friend in the vehicle with the foot brake on for extra safety and to check if water is still dripping on floor.. Start the engine and run your A/C keep probing until water is dripping freely.
That is it basically, like I said it isn't model specific. The outlet gets full of grime, and the water backs up and spill on to passenger floor.
Posted on Jul 31, 2011
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