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Water leaking on passenger side of 1999 jeep wrangler

How do you check for clogged up condensation box or lines

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If you look on the engine side of the firewall on the passenger side about even with the bottom of the heater box, you will find a short pliable stub hose. you can clear it by rolling it between your fingers or using something soft and inserting it into the hose (using anything hard or long can damage stuff inside the box) Once cleared, you should have no more problems.

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