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Old 05-22-2009, 03:32 AM
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Cool A/C drain

Well I have this draining problem. The passengers-side floor is wet. When I put the heater on water is running out of AC/ Heating unit under the dashboard. I checked the AC drain.
In my case there is only a short tube coming out of the firewall which is not draining after the use of the AC. I sealed it as I discribed in threads before. Still having the problem. Now my question is there something missing or is it only this build in tube? What else can I do? compressed air? 1999 Dodge Ram 5.9 Magnum.
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Old 05-22-2009, 04:22 AM
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Leaking heater core perhaps? Smell the water from the floor and if it smells sweet then I would say heater core. Other than that I am not sure.
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fish a wire into the drain tube and wiggle it around, see if you can break loose a clog.
the little short drain tube stub is normal.
when you say sealed, you mean around the outside of the tube, right? don't plug it up...
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I'm having the same problem as well. I took the trim screw out temp. to allow the accumilation of water to drain. I tried the coat hanger method...still doing it. Idk what else to do...it all occurs after the A/C has been used.
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