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Ac drain leaking in floor - 2004 Oldsmobile Silhouette

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The drain tube is clogged.
It is located under the car on the passenger side, under the dashboard.
Use a straightened-out metal coat hanger wire; the twisted screw end works great for this task. Yes, you will get your face a little wet from splash, so have a dry towel handy.

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

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    tim coblentz Dec 29, 2013

    can,t find tube?

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GET UNDER THE CAR AND CLEAR THE AC CONDENSATION DRAIN TUBE, IT IS LOCATED AT THE BASE OF THE ENGINE FIREWALL ON THE PASSENGER SIDE.

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Have a mechanic clean the drain for you, should only take a few minutes with compressed air.

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

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