Question about 2002 Toyota Sienna
In my case, apparently some rotten auto tech tried to make a couple of bucks at my expense by plugging the drain hose intentionally with a screw. Had a wet carpet for two days before finding the problem.
I found the drain hose by removing the small panel cover at the bottom of the console on the passenger side, below the glove compartment. There is a plastic phillips screw that you need to loose. This is a lock pin that once is loose, you can remove the small panel. The rubber drain hose comes out of the evaporator and into the chassis of the van.
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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