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AC Drain clog and filling foot well, how do i get to the drain

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Look under the hood for your a'c lines going thru the firewall(aluminum in color) Somewhere below these will be a black rubber or plastic tube, you can probe the tube with a small wire to clear the obstruction. Most shope will charge about 35-50$ if you cannot locate it.

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