Question about 1995 Honda Accord
When I use the AC, water drips out from underneath both the glove box and the driver's side onto the floor. I think the collection tube for the condensation from the AC is plugged [possibly with a spider or some other bug], however, I don't know which tube to check and how to clear the tube when I do locate it. HELP please before I have to wear swim fins when driving my car!
It would help if you get the car off of the ground so you can examine it from underneath.
The drains are typically plastic tubing visible from the bottom and finding the ojutlet end will give you an idea where to look for the upper end.
If you can locate it and clear it, I would recommend buying a air conditioner 'cleaning kit' from an auto parts store to sanitize the system since it probably has fungus growing in it from having the water drain incompletely.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
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