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A/ not draining, dumping water into Pass/side floor board. Can't find a drain? No visable tube or drain in firewall seems to drip some from the hole in the chassie. Where is the drain?

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    cannot find the drain where you say it is. seems to be dripping out of chasis

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Go under the car and clear the condensation drain, it low almost the bottom of firewall on passenger side, it is a tube sticking out.

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