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Why does condensation leak on the inside while the ac is on

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  • brettabokern Aug 03, 2010

    where is that located?



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Because the drain tube is plugged in the heater/AC case drain

Posted on Aug 03, 2010

  • brettabokern Aug 03, 2010

    where is that located?

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    Marvin Aug 03, 2010

    under the car on the drivers side at bottom of engine bulkhead,u will need it up in the air to see it.



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There should be a drain tube on your firewall somewhere, it must be plugged.

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located on passenger side below heater box toward the bottom of the firewall. going to be about a 1/2 tube sticking out about 1 to 2 inches.

Posted on Aug 24, 2009

SOURCE: condensate leaking on passenger side from ac

The drain tube from the evaporator housing is most likely plugged up. With the vehicle in the air locate the drain tube on the passenger side of the firewall and using coat hanging or something similar carefully snake it through it Be careful as a lot of water may pour out and don't go crazy poking with the coat hanging as the evaporator core is at the other end of the tube.

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