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Eibach Sportline Springs, KYB GR-2 struts, Muffler delete, CAI, Short throw shifter, All chrome 2.5g wheels, Rear Disc Conversion, Eclipse Spoiler and Fuel door, Blacked out headlights, OEM foglights, Redline tuning hood struts and a little bit more.
When I bought my stratus a few weeks ago the floor was pretty wet, so I let it dry. Today I noticed it wet again after it stayed dry for the past two weeks.
If anyone knows could you please tell me, if the heater core is blown, will the AC work? Will the heat work? Also, how do you blow the A/C drain. It seems that since I ran the A/C a lot yesterday that may have done it. It's 100% water.
If the heater core goes, if I don't decide to replace it (I know, I won't have heat or A/C right?) but what else could go wrong with the vehicle?
Okay, so after a year, I finally had the thing fixed.
The drain for the AC is on the Driver's side of the car. Unlike EVERY OTHER car on the planet, my drain just happens to be on the driver's side...right up against the sub-frame. Not only that, the hose that was sticking out was half an inch to an inch shorter than normal.
The problem became a large issue when the water backed up to the point it was rusting out below the steering column.
Fix: Added an extender hose/elbow piece to the drain hose and had it pointed down ward. It's been since Friday of last week, car is bone dry. Four hours of work because the frame is right up against the hose and the hose is shorter than normal.
Now on to fix the Windshield Wiper Switch...which is stuck as of today.