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AC drain for my 2005 mini cooper

My AC drain for my 2005 mini cooper is not draining. It leaks in to the car. I have a puddle forming on the floor of the car. What can I do?

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Clear out the drain tube. May be able to do it with a coat hanger, or get someone to blow it out with some shop air.

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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Are you in an Area with high Humidity, because if so that is your problem right there the humidity from outside comes in through your car which causes it not to drain properly. My friend and I experienced the same thing in his VW going down to the beach a few weeks ago, the drastic change in heat and humidity caused it to leak all over our feet. And we read up that it actually draining like that is a good thing.

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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