Question about 2001 Chrysler Voyager
Condensate from AC appears to be draining into passenger area, soaking carpet. Cowl vent drain is open and flowing freely. No signs of coolant or any other fluid loss. Cause and how to fix?
Have a look could be cracked casing where someone has kicked it ,if its plastic then repair with matted fibre glass filler ,or check rad in case its coolant leaking from the heater matrix ,quick tip put a couple of pairs of molegrips on heater pipes and see if it still leaks
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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