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Where is drain tube for A/C located 2000 S70


You may have debris clogging the drain tube.
Look for debris in any depression running below the windshield.
The drain is normally found there.

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Location of air conditioning drain tube ? ( water condensate )


Passenger side under the van at the base of the engine bulkhead.

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WATER NOT DRANING FROM A/C TUBE ,WHERE CAN I CLEAR IT OUT AT SO IT WILL NOT STAY IN FAN AREA?


Park your car on a flat surface with adequate lighting, and engage the emergency brake. Then raise the car with a jack. Place jack stands below the frame near the front wheels for added security.

  • 2 Cut about 1 foot of metal wire and form a hook at one of the ends. The hook will be used to grab hold of any clog in the tube.
  • 3 Go underneath the engine and locate the AC drain tube, which is a small rubber hose. Detach the tube from the engine so that you have access to the inside, where the clog will be located.
  • 4 Insert the wire, hook first, into the AC drain tube. Do not force the wire, but twist, push and pull the wire within the drain tube until you are able to remove the clog.
  • 5 Allow water to drain from the tube after the clog has been removed. Reattach the drain tube to the engine. Move out from underneath the vehicle, then remove the jack stands and lower the vehicle back to the ground. Perform a test drive.
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    I have a 2006 saturn ion 2. Just recently, my ac is draining into the passenger floor board. How do i fix this ?


    Bulletin No.: 03-01-39-011B
    Date: November 22, 2005
    TECHNICAL
    Subject:
    Water Leaks Into Passenger Compartment Through HVAC Module Condensate Drain Tube When Parked on Incline/Uphill Position (Install Auxiliary Drain Tube Extension)
    Models:
    2003-2006 Saturn ION Sedans and Coupes
    Supercede:
    This bulletin is being revised to include the 2005 and 2006 model years. Please discard Corporate Bulletin Number 03-01-39-011A (Section 01 - HVAC).
    Condition
    When vehicle is parked on an incline with the front end up during a rainstorm or when driving uphill during a rainstorm, water may leak into the passenger compartment through the condensate drain tube opening of the HVAC module.
    Cause
    Water may drain out of the cowl drain, then drain down the front of the dash panel in the engine compartment and seep into the HVAC module condensate drain tube opening. The water then collects in the heater core cover and upon acceleration may leak into the passenger compartment through the heater core cover seams.
    Correction 1. Open the hood and locate the HVAC module condensate drain tube in the engine compartment on the right side of the dash panel.
    Important: During installation of the auxiliary drain tube, do not make contact with the HVAC module foam gasket located at the base of the HVAC module condensate drain tube. If the auxiliary drain tube is pushed on too far and makes contact with the foam gasket, water may leak into the passenger compartment.
    2. Slide the auxiliary drain tube onto the HVAC module condensate drain tube and make sure that the auxiliary drain tube is angled downwards after installation.cansmo_121.gifcansmo_122.gif

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    Cant find ac drain tube


    Pull the carpet down in the passengers foot well and locate the evaporator drain in the housing.

    Drill a 1/4 inch hole in the center of the drain tube housing as shown. Clear the drain tube with a wire or suitable tool by inserting it through the hole and into the drain tube.

    Insert plug, P/N5255217 into the 1/4 inch hole drilled previously. Verify that the drain is clear by operating the system in the A/C mode and observing that water is draining.

    Hope this helps.

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    When the sc fan is switched on I have water running into the passenger side floorboard


    your a/c drain tube is blocked you need to locate drain tube and pick out the blockage, drain tube located in engine bay above passenger side chassis leg

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    Trying to find ac drain line on 1998 jeep grand cherokee laredo 6 cyl.. water backing up onto pass side floorboards as I guess it's clogged.. please advise.


    drain tube located in engine bay, when looking into engine bay drain tube is just above right hand side chassis leg on bulkhead, repair for problem is locate lower casing inside passenger footwell then drill a hole in the centre of the lowest point then poke through with metal coat hanger, note when you drill water will drain in to vehicle collect and throw out then once you clear drain tube plug up hole, hole size required 5mm, lowest point round shape, good luck

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    Condensate Leaking


    sounds like a stopped up drain tube. probably will need to take to repair facility so they can use compressed air in drain tube to unstop it. Hope this helps.

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