Question about 1996 Honda Accord
When I drive the car with ac on there is a drip on the passenger side floor of my 2004 honda civic. I have tried to remove the plastic piece under the glove box to take a look but I cant get it off and I dont really know what I am looking for. Could the drain be plugged and how would I find out if this is the problem.
The ac case has a condensation drain, it is under the car on the passenger side on the bottom of engine firewall, u will need to crawl under the car to clear it, use a peice of coat hanger about 6 inches long to clear the drain pipe, if you are unable to clear it you may have leaf debris in the ac case (common cause) and will need to remove the blower motor to clear the drain and leaf debris out of the ac case, the blower motor is on the passenger side behind and below the glove box, by removing the motor you will be able to clean out the ac air box and the drain which is at the bottom of the case near the blower motor.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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