Question about 2002 Ford Escape
The flow out pipe could be blocked due to constant dirt that has acumulated and got stuck on with the condensation. The drain is at the bottom of the cooling/blower unit. The drain goes out in the edge of the engine room. Jack up the engine and use a mild nylon tubing to push into the drain pipe to clean off the dirt. If the car has accumulated a lot of dirt specially if you have run with thewindows down then there is every possiblity of dust/dirt in the tray which could also clog up the cooling pipes. In this case you ust remove the front dash and use a good powerful air spray to clean the pipes. Reset and check. Hope you try. Good day
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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You could try a can or two of the stuff you spray into outside air intake and the inside vents. They sell various products like that to kill the mold/smells inside the ducting at advance auto and I am sure at other car parts place. But you have to make sure the ac condensate is properly draining as the expert in the earlier post recommends. This is a cheaper solution that may be more temporary or may work good enough for you. 5 to 6 bucks for a can of the cleaner aerosol can
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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