Question about 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan
Posted by Anonymous on
The a/c drain is likely clogged causing water to drain into the cabin. There is a hose coming out of the firewall under the car on the passenger side. You can try fishing a wire through the drain hose to unclog it. Sometimes it will have a few bends in it making it pretty difficult to snake the hose up. If you can't fish a wire through the hose you can try a quick shot of compressed air through it. Keep your face clear of the hose, if it is clogged you'll likely get a few gallons quickly out of the hose.
If that checks out, do you have a sunroof?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the hose connections for the rear window wiper, Is there dampness on the roof liner also? The connection is in under the roof and comes through into the glass hatch, (Tailgate models only)
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
The AC evaporator units have a drain hose that runs through the floor because condensed moisture is a fact of life with AC units. Yours is plugged. You will have to get under the vehicle and look for the hose where it comes out, then take like coat hanger wire and clean it out, It is somewhere in the vicinity of where the passenger foot well meets the fire wall. If you have to raise the vehicle to get under it, make certain you have it safely supported. If you don't have the stuff, drive the passenger side wheels up on a good curb and use some cardboard to slide under.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
Sounds like condensate from the air condition coil, not from a heater coil.
If the drain for that is stopped up, can "overflow" into passenger side of car, very common problem.
If freon is low, causing the coil to freeze over, then thaw when you are parked, very likely.
And that will be clear liquid, not color of anti-freeze.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
SOURCE: Wet carpet
Your drain tube for the air conditioning is plugged up, and instead of draining on the ground, it's leaking on the carpet. You need to go under the car and locate the tube (it's on the passenger side, in front of and below where the front passengers feet would be. You will need a long thin wire to clean out the blockage.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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