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A/c problem I am trying to locate the a/c dripline. The water drains into the car

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The water drip line is in the bottom of the a/c unit inside the heating system. it is located behind the glove box if the vehicle is right hand drive.. it has a litlle hose that goes through the firewall into the engine bay and from there its suposed to drip onto the ground. so the ac unit itself may be cracked or the hose could simply have just come off

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