Question about 2004 Toyota Tacoma
I'm having a problem with my Air Conditioning. When I make turns I'm hearing a "russling leaves" noise coming from my vents. Additionally, when I make turns I'm getting water leaking out from behind my dash. Any thoughts?
Sounds like the evaporator drain is clogged and probably has debris inside from fresh air vent flap. clean out exterior vents of any debris. next find the drain for the a/c/heater box either under the dash or under the truck.make sure that is clear of any debris.oh, your looking for a small black rubber hose at bottom most point of heater/a/c box(probably on passenger side).you can remove this hose without too much trouble.if water starts coming out, more than likely you found PART of the problem(PS you may want to have some rags or small bucket ready just in case). the problem may not repeat itself at all but if you have a lot of debris in there, it will probably clog that drain again.if you really want to get into it you could drop the whole box out, but you'll need some a/c equipment and some antifreeze.I think cleaning those vents and the drain will probably get you straight for a while though.hope this helps.Chris
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