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A/c leaking drivers side floor

Leaking drivers side floor from a/c

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The drain to the outside under the a/c evaporator coil is plugged. You can unplug it by getting under the car and seeing where the water drips when the car is running with a/c on.

Once you find it, you can take a straightened clothes hanger and stick it in there to clear the plug. Be conservative when you stick the hanger in there and go slow so you don't mess anything up. The proper solution is the crack the a/c case and clean it up but that will be either a pain in the behind or pretty pricey.

Good luck

Posted on Jun 21, 2009

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Clear the AC condensation drain at base of the engine bulkhead on passenger side.

Posted on Jun 21, 2009

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