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4.0L 6cyl doesn't have a rubber plug in drain housing

Ac drain overflows water on pass side floor

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Check evaporator drain hole it is probably clogged up. find blower motor and evaporator is next to it drain plug is on pan below evaporator

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Clear the ac condensation drain under the car on the bottm of the passenger side eng firewall.

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Why ac water leak right floor ?


Because the drain hole is clogged. look under the pass. side plastic box with a hole or rubber tube with the end almost closed.shut. this is to stop bugs from building nest in there.

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The rubber plug will be to drain out any water that is under the carpet and so prevent the floor from rusting out. As to water getting there check out the heater core /hoses for leaks and check out the AC drain hose for blockages and ac condensate overflowing out of the box and onto the floor.

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Recently every time i drive my 1991 pathfinder and take a corner water just sloshes out onto the passenger side floor. any idea what causes the water?


the most common reason for this is the ac drain is plugged and water is filling up inside the heater box, you will need to locate the drain from under the truck on the pass/side and blow air into it or use a hanger to clear, you will see water pour out, this is a small hole sometimes it will have a rubber end on it with hole in the middle, clear opening and drain box, this is common, when ac is on you should see water dripping out on the ground from pass/side, it comes out through the firewall . good day.

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Water does not seem to be coming in around the door, but there is quite abit of water on the floor under the carpet on the passenger side. We have cleaned out and dried the water but is continues to come...


there is a drain for the condensation. it outside on the firewall on the pass side, probably pretty low. its got a little rubber hose looking thing stickin out shove some wire up there and clean it out. it get plugged up and it fills the hvac box up with water and the cox is not water tite

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When the air conditoner is on the passenger side floor boar fills up with water


you have a clogged drain for the heater/AC box
go under car safely, and find rubber hose and clear all debris

Jul 19, 2010 | 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier

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Lots of water in my driver side floor board, where is this coming from? 2007 Jeep Wrangler


Your air conditioner evaporator core drain is most likely plugged up. This small drain is located down low on the engine side of the firewall on the passenger side. Usually it's a little rubber or plastic hose that points out or down and is about 3/8" in diameter and a couple of inches long. It gets plugged up with dust and crud and causes the water that condenses on the evaporator core to fill up, overflow, and drip on the floor from the heater & a/c housing ductwork. Usually a puff of air will clear the clog although sometimes you may need to clean it a couple of times until all the crud comes out. Once the drain is clear and the a/c is running then you should see water dripping out of it after a few minutes of operation on a humid day. Not hard to fix but the drain can be hard to find. Hope this helps you fix your problem!

Jul 14, 2010 | 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I have water on my passenger side floor board is this a ac leak and how can i fix this myself.2001 dodge 2500 diesel


There is a drain for the a/c evaporator core is down low on the engine side of the fire wall on the passenger side. Usually it's a very short open ended rubber tube that's a couple of inches long. It gets plugged up with dust and crud. Once the drain is plugged the condensation that occurs on the evaporator coil builds up and overflows out of the HVAC housing and drips on the floor. I just use a gentle puff of shop air to blow the tube clean. If there's a lot of crud in the housing it may plug up again after a while but usually the tube will get washed clean when the a/c runs again. Hardest part is often just finding where the drain is hidden. If you're having trouble finding it and have a friend or neighbor with a similar pickup it's sometimes easiest to watch where the water is dripping out of his and backtrack it up to the drain. Good luck, hope this helps!

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Water(not anti freeze) is entering the front pass floor (filling the foam up under the carpet) of my 96 Riv. It starts in the front and moves back filling the battery compartment under the rear pass seat....


Your air conditioner evaporator condensate drain is blocked.
The condensate draintube should carry this water out through the floorpan to the ground.
Look for a kinked or blocked drain tube from under the A/C evap housing.

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Passenger floor wet Dodge 1500 1996


A/C is not draining condensate. Ck the drain under the blower housing on passenger side. Squeeze like a coin purse to open it. It's like a rubber duckbill.

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I need a picture of the windshield drain on a 2001 catera cadillac. It seems the tube does not go all the way down to the drain. It is leaking into the body this can't be good.


You need to clean out the cabin filter drain tube. The cabin filter housing allows the air to enter the cabin through the HVAC system. When water gets in here, the drain tube allows it to escape. If the drain tube is plugged with leaves and dirt, the housing fills up and it overflows into passenger floor area.
Remove the filter, clean the drain tube (prepare to get your feet wet) and put in a new filter.
The filter is below the pass side WS wiper under the plastic cover.

Mar 18, 2009 | 2001 Cadillac Catera

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