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Condensate drain Isuspect the condensate drain may be plugged. water accumilating on driver and passenger flooring. i am unable to locate the drain hose. please help.

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  • Anonymous Aug 17, 2008

    A-C condensate not draining from under vehicle any more. Now builds up inside A-C cowling. I have been unable to locate the drain that I thing is plugged. Water is now draining on the floorboards on both the passenger and drivers side.

  • Anonymous Aug 17, 2008

    unable to locate plugged drain for the AC condensate.

  • stockswoppa Aug 30, 2008

    same problem here, floor boards filling with clean water, no drainage on driveway when AC running. cant find drain hose ??

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I have the same problem and have been told it is underneath on the passenger side, but still an unable to find it..

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  • j1coffman Sep 02, 2008

    FOUND IT. It is under the steering column boot. It sticks out about a half inch. It is really hard to get to. The tube is about three quarter inch. I blew it out with fish tank tubing and water poured onto the driveway... Problem repaired.

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Where on the outside of the car

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The drain is out side the vehicle . are you sure it isn't the heater core.

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