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Where bis the a/c drain on the endeavor and can i unplug it myself

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There is no "drain plug" on the a/c
instead there is a drain plug on the HVAC
I am assuming your concern is water inside the car when using the a/c
a clogged drain causes this
the "drain" exits under the hood at the firewall
you can do it yourself, but running a coat hanger through the drain
however, this only pushes the "clog" inside the HVAC which may re-clog the drain someday

the best repair is to clear the drain from the inside which requires a lot more work and some dash dis-assembly

Posted on Aug 25, 2010

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