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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You could have too much freon,and did you change the orfice tube,inside the line?It could be clogged.And if the drain is blocked,you never know! it can be found under the truck at the bottom of the firewall on the right side.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
Your system takes seveal onces of r-134. If you do not save it it will cost to replace it which will be more than having someone evac it for you and save it. You already may have leaked it out but no way to tell untill someone vacuums it out and weighs it. Either way when they vacuum it out they will hold the vacuum on the system to see if you have leaks. If the vacuum does not hold they can use a sniffer to try to isolate the location. Its best to have a shop diag the system and if you like then you can take the truck home and repair it yourself then have the shop recharge the system correctly. They will apply the vacuum again before charging the system to make sure you fixed all the leaks.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
The drain is just a small hose coming out of the firewall, right hand side, about 2 -3 inches long, they get clogged up with mud, bugs, you name it, and when the clog up, it's like Niagra falls in there. Check it out.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
Your line should run down the firewall below the condensor. You will probably need to get under the truck to find it. Also I have heard of condensation forming in an air gap between the firewall, which requires you pull the carpet and use silicone sealant to fill the gap. If you need more information there are several S10 specific forums you can check and they will surely get you on the right track.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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