[DML] Re: AC Drain leak on passenger carpet!
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[DML] Re: AC Drain leak on passenger carpet!



Your problem is most likely not a lose connection but debris 
partially blocking the drain tube.  Water is backing up and running 
from the top down.  You would need to remove and clean or replace 
the drain tube.  Replace is probably better, its a cheap part and 
you don't want to keep messing around with this job.  


Sandor



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "sweetp01569" <paul.sweet@xxxx> 
wrote:
> I just had my AC charged last week and it seems to be nice and 
cold 
> now, but I have a leak.  Water is dribbling from the drain onto my 
> driveway OK, which makes me think that the drain is not clogged at 
> all, but it is also leaking onto my passenger side carpet, which 
is 
> now soaked!  Any suggestions for tracking down the leak, what to 
look 
> for, etc.?  I see the small section of drain pipe from the black 
> plastic box into the floor.  Are there fittings that can be 
tightened?
> 
> Thanks.  It's a hot week in New England and I need the AC!
> 
> Paul
> Vin 10944






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