Question about Chrysler Town and Country
If you can find the drain tube under the car near the firewall on the passenger side. It will be a lot easier to blow out there then to have to go under the dash to get to the evaporator coil. Look in the area where the water use to drip on the carport before it became stopped up. passenger side, upper firewall, behind the alternator
There is also an issue with these where another part is needed to allow the tube to drain correctly. Here is a link to one of the discussions on the topic.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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