Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
If it is indeed the AC condensation it is most likely a plugged evaporator drain.
This drain usually consists of a rubber hose, sometimes with a crimp on the end to prevent wind, bugs and debris from entering from below but allowing water out.
It is located on the lower part of the outside firewall below the heater case.
You will need to go under the vehicle to access it.
Try using a pipe cleaner up the tube to dislodge the debris.
Also make sure it is water as it could also be antifreeze running out of the heater core.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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