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Clogged HVAC drain

Am I looking on the inside of the car for the rubber hose/nipple to clear or am I going from the out firewall to clear. I see 2 rubber hoses in center of firewall going to ac area
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It will be on out side of firewall.It is usually 2-4" long.

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