[DML] Re: Water on Driver Side Floor
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[DML] Re: Water on Driver Side Floor



The cause is probably the same thing that was soaking the passenger 
side.  Even if you have blown the drain tube out previously there may 
still have been some leftover debris that blocked it again.  Or 
sometines the hose gets kinked, or is not lined up correctly in the 
hole.  You should buy and install a new drain tube and see if that 
corrects your issue.


Sandor
# 3002


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "tuxr" <tuxdarby@...> wrote:
>
> I've given up on curing the air conditioning water leak on the 
> passenger side.  I've put in a new evaporator, twice, still spills 
> water onto the floor when the air conditioner is used (in Florida, 
> that's most of the time).  Blowing air into the drain tube somehow 
> unblocks something, and the water then runs out.  But now, the 
problem 
> is the carpet on the driver's side is soaked too.  We're in kind of 
a 
> drought here, the car hasn't been in the rain in a long time.  What 
> could be causing water to soak the driver's side carpet?
>










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