[DML] Re: AC Leak In Passenger Compartment?
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[DML] Re: AC Leak In Passenger Compartment?



Remove the heater fan and try to get as much junk out of the box as
you can. Use a vacuum with a long, small hose. Once you get as much
out as you can, try to use a wire to poke into the drain. It isn't
easy. The other way is to jack up the car, find the drain hose and
poke from the other end. Trouble with that approach is the junk will
still be in there and will plug it up again. Usually the passenger
will complain about all of that cold water dripping on her feet! Take
the carpet out and dry it thourghly so you don't get any mold.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Christopher W. North"
<chris.north@...> wrote:
>
> Hello all.  
> 
> This past weekend I took a trip out of state in my D and later learned 
> that I had accumulated a large amount of water under the passenger side 
> carpets.  The day was sunny and hot so no moisture got in from the 
> underside of the car.  I have to assume this is water from the AC unit.
> 
> What are some things that would cause this large amount of water to 
> gather unnoticed on the floor boards of the passenger side (only a 
> minimal amount of water gathered on the driver side)?  The only thing 
> that I can come up with is that the drain hose somehow came loose from 
> the AC down spout.  If that's the case, any good ways of fixing the 
> problem?  Are there other ways the water could have gathered?
> 
> Thanks in advance for the help, gang.  
> 
> Chris North
> #1722
>




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