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Water from ac leaking inside on floor, drain tube open


Pull the fan and blower out of the enclosure and make sure the drain is really open, i will bet it isn't and has leaves blocking it on the inside.

Sep 07, 2012 | Dodge Cars & Trucks

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2006 yukon ac drain tube


That is not anything to be concerned about, it is just water from the AC core condensation, the blower fan air pressure forces it out the tube when you start it. What would be a problem is if the drain was clogged..

Jun 08, 2012 | 2004 GMC Envoy

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WATER NOT DRANING FROM A/C TUBE ,WHERE CAN I CLEAR IT OUT AT SO IT WILL NOT STAY IN FAN AREA?


Park your car on a flat surface with adequate lighting, and engage the emergency brake. Then raise the car with a jack. Place jack stands below the frame near the front wheels for added security.

  • 2 Cut about 1 foot of metal wire and form a hook at one of the ends. The hook will be used to grab hold of any clog in the tube.
  • 3 Go underneath the engine and locate the AC drain tube, which is a small rubber hose. Detach the tube from the engine so that you have access to the inside, where the clog will be located.
  • 4 Insert the wire, hook first, into the AC drain tube. Do not force the wire, but twist, push and pull the wire within the drain tube until you are able to remove the clog.
  • 5 Allow water to drain from the tube after the clog has been removed. Reattach the drain tube to the engine. Move out from underneath the vehicle, then remove the jack stands and lower the vehicle back to the ground. Perform a test drive.
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    How do I repair the condensation that is constantly in the front passenger floor board of my 1992 Mits Lancer. Is ther a drain hose that needs to be cleaned out? It stinks!


    The AC condensation drain tube is located on the passenger side of the fire-well towards the bottom, it can be easily viewed from under the vehicle and it looks similar to a heater hose that is cut off and goes to nothing. To clean out the AC drain tube use long pipe cleaners folded in half, and be very careful not to damage the heater core, or the AC core with any hard or sharp objects. The carpet can also be pulled back at the base of the heater box on the passeger side floor to check if the AC drain tube has become detached from the heater box.

    Sep 12, 2010 | Mitsubishi Lancer Cars & Trucks

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    2004 Gmc Envoy Airconditioner Condensation Is Leaking Into The Floorboard On The Passinger Side Of My Car


    Most probably your condensate drain is blocked. Check to see if the usual dripping at the left front tire is continuing or not (after running the A/C and the vehicle is stopped). If not you have a choked drain pipe. The drain hose is located to the left of the engine compartment just below the AC lines coming out of the firewall. There is a rubber tube about 1" diameter and it has a small plastic tube 3/8" coming out from the bottom side of the larger tube. Please take care accessing the tube as there are pipes and tubes really hot in the vicinity. It is always a good idea to wait till the engine has cooled down. The drain tube sometimes gets blocked and causes leaking onto the rug area inside the truck, just pull the small tube out by pulling it down and clean the small/large tube. If there is any water from the AC it will drain out.

    Jul 06, 2010 | 2004 GMC Envoy

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    Water on the floor with air conditioner


    have the AC evaporator (found under the dash) inspected. It may need cleaning or the drains may have fallen out of place.

    Jul 22, 2010 | 1998 Ford Expedition

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    The front passenger floor gets sopping wet after I drive and turn off the truck after having had the a/c running. It only does this if I had the a/c running. What's going on? 2003 Dodge Dakota 6 cyl. Aoto...


    That sounds like the AC condensation drain tube/hose is plugged up.

    The AC evaporator/core condensation drain tube is located on the passenger side of the fire-wall towards the bottom of the fire-wall, (it resembles a heater hose that is coming off from the fire-wall and it connects to nothing, and it is just to drain the AC condensation) and it is easily viewed from under the vehicle. Use long pipe cleaners folded in half to clean out the AC drain, and be very careful that the AC evaporator/core, or the heater core is not damaged from using any hard or sharp objects to clean out the AC drain.

    Jul 09, 2010 | 2003 Dodge Dakota Club Cab

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    Wet spot on passenger floor board and its not antifreeze could it be condensate


    sounds like it check the a/c fluid drain for any restriction, or leaks

    Oct 07, 2009 | 2002 Pontiac Grand Am

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    Air condition leaks into driver side and rear floor board


    The evaporator box drain is stopped up.Under hood,under the firewall,right below the ac lines,you will find the drain.Take a small wire,like balin wire and move it in and out of the drain hole to relieve the water,it will pour out pretty good.If this doesn`t work,try compressed air pressure.I hope this helps.

    Oct 06, 2009 | 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse

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    Floor board wet drivers side. No drain tube for ac condensor. Not losing radiator water. Ac condensor not draing to outside. No tube on firewall. 4.2 dohc model


    all of dodge models have a drain tube you'll find it over the rack n pinion on the right side passenger but you have to see when does the water comes in the floor board, when you use the AC or when it rains if it's the AC then it's you drain if it's when it rains then you have to check for leaks on your windshield or fire wall

    Jul 24, 2009 | Dodge Stratus Cars & Trucks

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