Question about Heating & Cooling
I have a Dodge ram 1500 5.9 l 1994 . I seem to have a leak coming from the firewall where the AC drain out tube connects on the passenger side floor.I looked at it after removing the rug and saw a round type of housing that makes getting to the tube for clean out difficult. My question is what should I remove in order to see where the leak is coming from. Ive read alot of ideas on it but none seem to address the way to access the tube.From the firewall side its just a 1" tube piece. I even tried hooking a wet/dry vac to see if it would work. No luck.
Are you sure it its you A/C Do you notice this when it rains.
The Dodge Cars have this problem also. Passenger side floor boards.
But it is the Hood hing area.. If the seal is broken there, it allows water to drain directly into the passenger side. You may have to take the hood off to get to the seal.
Test it first, pour some water into the hing area if it comes in the passenger side. There is your problem.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
Sounds like the drainpipe has disconnected from the drainpan or evap housing. This is usually in a direct line with the hole in the firewall, so if you are lucky, pushing the pipe through the firewall and hopefully it is in the correct position to fit onto the drainpan outlet. The only other way is to actually do it by feel by sliding your hand up on the cab/dash side of the firewall and locating the pipe and outlet while someone else tries to push it on from the outside. Hope this helps
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