[DML] Re: A/C Drain Tube Problem
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[DML] Re: A/C Drain Tube Problem



The drain ends in a 1/2" rubber hose that comes out just behind the A/C 
accumulator behind the right front wheel. Unfortunately where it leaves 
the inside of the car there is a very severe elbow, so about all you 
can do is blow compressed air into the hose and hope the junk lifts up 
until it gets wet again. 

You can see the drain on the inside of the car if you pull the carpet 
back from under the HVAC unit. It looks like a hard black plastic tube 
about 1/2 diamter that goes into the floor from the unit. You can't 
really get it out, and the elbow is between tbe body and the frame. 

It's also a good idea to take the blower back out and reach around to 
the left and remove the handful of leaves and pine needles that is down 
in there. The A/C will work better. 

Dave S


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "rdcejc@..." <rdcejc@...> wrote:
>
> HELP !!!  I replaced the fan blower motor (from AutoZone) and its 
great.  I did notice that with the a/c working water is dripping in on 
the passenger side of the car.  I'm having trouble locating the drain 
tube so I can clean it out.  Can anyone tell me where its located on 
the bottom of the car and whats the best procedure to follow?
> Ed
> 6944








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