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Old 04-15-2002, 11:56 PM
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Leaking evaporator drain hose...

My passenger floorboard is getting soaked after running AC for awhile. I'm 99% sure that the evap drain hose is cracked/broken or became unattached.

Anyone know the best area to get a "look see" inside the dash there to see what's up? Which side is this hose on and does it protrude out of the evap box itself?

Hopefully I won't have to take apart the dash to fix this problem.

As always, Thanks In Advance!

~Paul

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Old 04-16-2002, 12:56 AM
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There is one on each side. Best thing to do is to remove the big side carpet on whichever side it is leaking. The drain is on the bottom of the heater box and goes straight down to the top of the shaft tunnel (behind radio). Might be a good idea to run AC once you remove carpet and trace the leak.

Vin
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