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2000 Chevy Impala AC problem

My AC is leaking water all over my passenger seat floor board. I'm not sure where it is supposed to drain to clean out the filter. Anyone know how to fix this problem?

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I had the same problem. It's not the heater core that's actually located in the center by the transmission hump on these cars. My leak was coming from the gasket on the "cabin filter". You have to remove the windshield wiper arms and plastic trim to get to it. Basically you have a fresh air door that opens when the car is shut off. The Cabin filter sits above this and the rain is kept out by the gasket. The gasket is just sitting in place and mine came loose. I put it back with a weatherstripping adhesive. Haven't had a problem since.

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Clean the drain tube. Its under dash inside on passenger side toe board. You may see it from underneath car also in that area.

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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There is a black tube in the pass side engine compartment behind the acumulator drier
(silver can) needs to be cleaned out

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