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Where is evaporator hose on 2001 dodge dakota?clean water on floor .

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Condensed water from the AC drains out through the fire wall. Check that small tube/hose for plugs. Some models just have a hard plastic tube sticking out and when the seal on the firewall goes bad, the water drains back into the passenger compartment. Add a piece of hose to that plastic tube so it drips down away from the firewall.

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