Question about 2004 Chrysler Sebring
I had the exact same problem last year on my 04 Sebring. I took it to the dealership and found that the a/c was draining into the car, instead of running to the outside. My mechanic said that chrysler knew of this problem but was not recalling it. (The number of vehicles it happened to wasn't enough to warrant a recall) Anyway, all he had to do was replace a part of the a/c draining unit. I will try to find the service invoice for a more specific solution. But if I were you, I would just contact your local chrysler dealership and ask the service department. Like I said my mechanic knew right away. He has a Sebring as well and replaced the defective part for a "just in case" situation. I pulled up the carpeting and saw how much damage was actually done just because of this defective part. It was horrible. My mechanic suggested parking the car on an incline (with the carpeting pulled up) and the water would pool near the firewall. I did this and kept checking every 10 minutes. I would soak it up, come back and soak up more water. It was amazing how much water was sitting in the carpeting. Obviously,the carpeting has to be dried out or it will mold. Mine was leaking for such a long time that I had to have the carpeting replaced. It was exspensive, but I didn't want further problems with mold. I haven't had any problems since. Good luck! I hope I was a little helpful.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
Inside under the dash passenger side. A rodent may have brought in debris. Continue cleaning a few more times before attempting to remove the evaporator box. Gently use a coat hanger or flexible wire to unplug hose but do not puncture the evaporator causing freon leak and requiring replacement.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
Yes, the evaporator is inside the car, because that way you get the maximum cooling.
But that evaporator acts as a dehumidifier and drips water. Blowing it out just blew the seeds and leaves around, but they will aways settle back to the bottom eventually. Better is you vacuum them out instead of blowing them in.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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