Question about 1999 Jeep Wrangler
My wrangler was doing the same thing. As it turns out the condensate dripping from the drain tube was running back toward the firewall along the bottom of the tube and was getting past the foam gasket which wasn't sealing off very good any more because of age, dry rot or for whatever reason. The solution: Go to the parts house and get a bypass hose, which is a piece of heater hose molded in a 90 degree bend. They will have one that fits snug over your drain tube. You could even put a bit of black permatex inside the hose to help seal but I didn't need any. Now the water drips out below the hole cut into the firewall preventing the liquid from getting into the cabin of your jeep.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
Clean the drain plug by the Battery under the hood, It's clogged.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
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