Question about 2001 Chevrolet S-10
It’s in the hardest place to reach they could put it. Get under your car and follow the firewall near the center. You'll see a small hose poking out that you can barely reach with an air hose wand. Debris often plug the drain hose. If you hear water sloshing on the passenger side in the dash and/or the passenger side carpet is soaked, blow air through the drain tube to unblock it. Also the grommet around the hose there at the firewall can deteriorate and let condensed water blow back into the driver’s side floor pan. With a lot of effort you can pack silicon sealant around the drain tube at the exiting firewall location and solve that problem. With real effort you can place silicon around it from the interior also. If you don't have a compartment filter or your filter is old and ineffective, you'll be amazed at how much debris sets on your condenser coil down there in the center of the dash (if your airflow is less than you remember and not as cold, the condenser coil is likely covered in debris)...and it's almost impossible to clean it out without disassembling the dash. That's another story on how to fix...
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
look for a hose hanging down underneath the car floor board ,most likely plugged up at the opening of the drain hose. From road splash. Use a coat hanger wire to open the drain hose!
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
These hoses are located usually a little left of center, standing in front of the truck and come out of the firewall. Usually a 90 degree elbow, black, about 1" in diameter.
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