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



I had a mud wasp nest in the pipe causing this
problem.  Very frustrating.  The hose looked to ridgid
to simply remove and put back on.

I put the car on a lift and used moderate pressure
water and a plumbers snake to clean the hose out. 
Once I broke through the whole thing drained.

Pumped some water up it a few times to clean it out
and it works perfect ever since.


Jordan
11613


--- Kevin Abato <delorean@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I had this same problem two weeks ago.  The molded
> rubber tube from the
> "black plastic box" that goes through the floor and
> was folded on upon
> itself due to improper installation.  End result was
> that 1/2 the water was
> draining out properly, and the other half was
> draining into my car, and
> creating a lake in my passenger side.  :)
> 
> I managed to wrestle the tube back into place around
> the fitting, and now
> all is fine. 
> 
> Kevin Abato
> Vin #16680
> 
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