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Air conditioner drain hose

My air conditioner is draining on my floorboard on the passenger side. Where do i find the hose to unstop it?

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  • dino70535 Aug 04, 2008

    thank you but, i brought it to a shop and they put it on a rack and still couldn't find it.

  • Buzza4907 Aug 20, 2008

    I'm having same problem. I located the hose: passenger side firewall, easy to see, 4" rubber hose with a 90 degree down turn.



    I removed it and tried to rmove blockage with a long straight piece of wire. The wire gets wet, like it is penetrating the block but only a few drops come out.



    I think the casing must be full of condensation because the interior casing under the glove compartment is covered with condensation, like it is full of cold water.



    Does anyone have a solution or recommendation?



    Thanks

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It should be on the passenger side firewall in the engine compartment. It is more than likely easier to see it from under the vehicle.Good Luck!!!!!!

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