Question about 2004 Dodge Dakota
Evaporator leaking into cab. No water drip outside when AC in use. How do I find and unclog drain?
It will be just below where the heater hoses enter the HVAC compartment on the engine side of firewall, there may be a rubber drain tube nipple closed on the bottom to keep dirt out but let water drain,take a small straw and push up to unblock, then take compressed air and blow out ,if you want to do a thorough job remove dash(VERY TIME CONSUMING) and spray out with water and clean evap coil but the other will suffice
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
You do not have a place to unclog drain, the water comes from over ice building on the pipes and condensing unit…you need to follow the line and seal the inside housing it should be draining in the engine side not the cab, see if you can use foam or silicon sealer to close the hole, and let me know if that work if not we go to the next step. Please see that grant me your approvals by rating my service and I hope that I can serve you again the future. I will work with you in this issue to conclusion
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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