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Water in the back seat storage area. We kept it in a garage during last rain thinking it was a rear window seal leaking and was dry after rain. we took a short trip and it was wet again. is there an air condition condensation hose for the rear air conditioning unit that might be clogged up?

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  • askperry May 11, 2010

    The evaporator is a component of the air conditioning locate inside the
    car. It looks like a small radiator. As air passes through it, it is
    cooled. A by product of this is that moisture accumulates on it and is
    drain out of the passenger compartment. That is why you see water
    puddles under stopped cars with the A/C running. It's the only thing
    in a vehicle that can produce clear water.

    In your case, you need to find the drain hose and hole for you rear
    evaporator. It's plugged, disconnected or otherwise not draining the
    water properly.

  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Don't know the location on yours, but you are correct...anywhere there is an evaporator, there has to be a condensation drain. Find it and problem cured!!

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The drain pipe is likely clogged. It comes out just behind the passenger side rear wheel well. I washed it with relatively high pressure garden hose, and lots of water came out. That solved the probelm.

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Yes.go for a ride with air con off then check if it gets wet again.if no, go for ride with air con on.if wet its the drain pipe thats blocked.

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