Question about Saturn L-Series
It should be located on the passenger side firewall.Just follow your a/c lines until they enter the firewall of your car,have a flashlight handy and look for a piece of black rubber sticking out(maybe 1" dia.and black.Once you locate it use a stiff wire or small stick to go into the opening and move it around to see if it is clogged.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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