Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Condensation is forming on the ac hub on the passenger side to drips on the carpet. Is this from a plugged AC line?
No, we had a similar problem with our '96 Jeep. Plant debris gets into the vents and gets ground up by the fan the plugs the condensation drain. The manual says you have to dismantle the system to fix this but you may be able to get a kit with instructions with out dismantling the whole system from the dealer. You'll need to pull the carpent back, drill a hole then use a small parts grabber to pull the debris out of the system. You have to do most of this basicly standing on your head under the dash. If you decide to take it to a garage don't let them charge you for dismantling the whole system.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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