Question about 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Your air conditioner evaporator core drain is most likely plugged up. This small drain is located down low on the engine side of the firewall on the passenger side. Usually it's a little rubber or plastic hose that points out or down and is about 3/8" in diameter and a couple of inches long. It gets plugged up with dust and crud and causes the water that condenses on the evaporator core to fill up, overflow, and drip on the floor from the heater & a/c housing ductwork. Usually a puff of air will clear the clog although sometimes you may need to clean it a couple of times until all the crud comes out. Once the drain is clear and the a/c is running then you should see water dripping out of it after a few minutes of operation on a humid day. Not hard to fix but the drain can be hard to find. Hope this helps you fix your problem!
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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