Re: [DML] Cabin ventilation fans and screwy cooling system..
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Re: [DML] Cabin ventilation fans and screwy cooling system..



I am guessing it is not condensate but a clogged drain. Very common 
especially as the 20+ year old foam seals inside the case fall apart. 
I put a vacuum from my shop vac to the drain hose periodically to 
collect debris. Usually you can feel air blowing out the drain hose 
with the fan on high. If you don't feel some air, and it is easy to 
detect, you are clogged.

Harold McElraft - 3354



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Richard Rosales <calif93030@xxxx> 
wrote:
> Question.
>  
> Would anyone know how I have alot of water or condensation under the 
dashboard??  I had to get a shop vac to get all the water that was on 
the floorboard.  Ive only had my refurbished car 45 days and I am 
going to lose my carpeting to mildew if I can get it fixed.
>  
> Richard Rosales
>  
> VIN 2800
> 
> sweetp01569 <paul.sweet@xxxx> wrote:






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