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Old 04-28-2003, 09:38 PM
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The drain hose for the A/C evaporator is a piece of foam hose which is probably crumbling. Take off the passenger side kick panel and reach up above the transmission tunnel and you will find the foam hose (or what's left of it). It will be right on the centerline of the car and quite a ways forward (kinda hard to reach). It starts from a nipple on the evaporator duct and just drains out on top of the transmission. Once you touch it, it will crumble, so get a new one before you start the job. There is a twisty tie thingie holding it on. If it hasn't been raining, this hose is almost certainly causing your water problem.

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