Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
2004 jeep grand Cherokee a/c evaporator case extremely wet behind glove box dripping water on floor and in glove box, condensation from running ac, drain is completely clear, any ideas why the hvac box would have so much moisture on it to where it drips on the floor? it is wet from the top of the case to the bottom.deff condensation, why is this? the previous owner has drilled many holes in the case, could this cause the condensation build up or did he do this to help prevent it? again ac drain is clear and draining thans for your time
Since it was drilled-- verses-- making the proper fix in the past
Your ONLY option-- is completely remove as much as necessary,
until you have found ALL problems & butchered work & reassemble correctly & replace that drilled item
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go under the car and clear the condensation drain, it low almost the bottom of firewall on passenger side, it is a tube sticking out.
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
might be the thermostat housing to as its right above the water pump. the best bet would be to pressure test the cooling system and inspect to see where its coming from
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
Yes but drill the hole in the passenger compartment on the bottom of the box where it slopes down to the drain. Blow out the hole with compressed air and then plug the hole with a rubber plug or silicon. If you use silicon let it dry for a least 2 hours before running your air conditioner. Now if it happens again you have an access hole to clean out the drain. You want to drill the hole toward the firewall like you were drilling toward the drainhole.
Posted on May 31, 2009
evaporator drain is plugged... Look at the bottom of the firewall on the passenger side... should see a rubber tube (Short, only an inch or so long) coming out... need to squeeze it and see if anything is plugging it.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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