This is a TSB from GM it seems kinda odd but it may help
The drain tube for the condensation is probably plugged with debris. Condensation is a normal process within the ac system. Locate the drain tube and clean it out, the location varies with each make and model vehicle.
The condensation drain tube is plugged with crud.
Leaks water? The condensation drain is plugged.
The drain for the A/C condensation is plugged. Look under the car on the passenger side for a drain hole. Straighten out a coat hanger and run it up into the car. Don't get wet. A lot of water will drain out.
The evaporator drain is suppose to drain off the condensation (water). If you plug the drain the water will end up inside the cabin on the floor.
Condenser drain tube. It allows the condensation from inside the system to drain out.
That is the drain for the normal condensation from the air conditioner.That is the drain for the normal condensation from the air conditioner.
The condensation drain is centered above the transmission, behind the heat shields.The condensation drain is centered above the transmission, behind the heat shields.
Condensation from the ac evaporator inside under the dash drains thru a drain tube. The drain tube is probably plugged with crud.
It will if the condensation drain is plugged.
Your 1989 Chevy truck air-conditioner condensation drain can be found on the bottom of the air conditioner compressor. The air conditioner condensation drain routes condensation to the bottom of the engine compartment.
Drain/Backwash the pool, clean the inside, and add fresh water.
It may be because the drain for the condensation line is blocked. Look under the car where the condensation water should be falling and see if it is draining properly. If not a simple clean out of that drain should fix the problem.
take the fish out immedietly and drain the water. after you have drain the water wipe the inside of the tank with water. DO NOT USE SOAP TO CLEAN THE TANK, ONLY WATER. after you have done all of this clean out your filter and put a new filter sheet inside of the filter.
A/C drain line is plugged. Clean out the drain line, located passenger side, near the firewall, under the car. A/C drain line is plugged. Clean out the drain line, located passenger side, near the firewall, under the car. A/C drain line is plugged. Clean out the drain line, located passenger side, near the firewall, under the car.
The 2003 Pontiac Montana air conditioning compressor condensation drain begins on the bottom of the air conditioner compressor. The drain goes from the compressor to the bottom of the engine compartment.
The evaporator drain allows condensation from the ac unit to drain. When the drain clogs up water will go into the passenger floor instead.
condensation tube on 2002 toyota cambry
The condensation drain is plugged. We don't know what vehicle you have so we can't tell you where the drain is located.
The A/C is supposed to leak water. This is condensation, and is normal. Now if you are saying it is leaking inside the vehicle, then the drain line is clogged. Find the drain line and unclog it.
The A/C drain hose is clogged, allowing the A/C Evaporator case to fill with water from condensation. This water then drips inside your car on the passenger floor. Somewhere just below the Suction and Liquid Lines you will see a small black hose coming through the firewall and pointing down. This is the A/C drain hose. Take a piece of wire and clear it allowing the water to drain out.
Blow compressed air into drain tube or use a coat hanger to clear out tube. Usually leaves, debris, and the occasional spider nest will clog the hole and cause the condensation to collect and then drain onto the passenger floor inside the vehicle. After clearing run the vehicle and turn on a/c on high and on recirc. Watch for condensation to now leak out of the drain tube and onto the ground.
The condensation drain is on the lower, passenger side of the firewall.
Because there is a transfer of heat through the evaporator coils inside the conditioned air box inside the vehicle, there is a tendency to create condensation on the coils. This condensation is usually channeled off to the out side of the car via a drain path or hose. If the drain path is blocked, the moisture could build up inside the conditioned air box and leak. Also if a drain hose has been disconnected, this could also lead to a leak inside the vehicle. BTW, I have also seen interior fluid (radiator) leaks from the heater coil due to failed coil assy.