It's generally on the passenger side, just in front of the firewall. Put the vehicle on jack stands and climb under. Look for any evidence of water, such as streaks where water may have evaporated and picked up dust or other evidence of where the water may have been draining back when the drain line was working.
Find the condensate drain and make sure it is open. If there is no condensate drain, figure out how to drain the condensate.
Assume you're describing the condensate drain tube??? If it becomes plugged with crusted mud or dust that got wet and stuck to the tube, there can be a point that the tube won't drain properly. You may need to get under the vehicle, find the tube and run a small, flexible wire or other object up the tube to allow the condensate to drain. Once you get it open enough to drain, it might be a good idea to run a small tube up the drain and allow a little water, under low pressure to irrigate the drain tube.
Probably two separate conditions. Check the condensate drain line. You may need to find a diagram to see where it comes out, but generally it's on th passenger side, near the bottom of the firewall. Use something to clear out the debris and get it draining again. The squeeling of the blower motor is just an indicaiton that the bearings are "dry". Unfortunately, the only way to service the bearings is to replace the motor.
Check the AC condensate drain, it's probably plugged.
It is at the engine end of the top radiator hose.
You can find it by looking for the red handle coming from the transmission.
It is possible to purchase a 2000 Chevrolet Impala on a few on-line second hand car dealers. To find ones locally websites such as Auto Trader and local listings.
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Are you talking about the condensate drain hose on a 1996 Chevy Tahoe? If this is the case you will need to look on the left side of the fire wall. You will see a rubber 90 degree elbow pointing downward. If you only see a nipple protruding the fire wall, this means someone has removed it for whatever reason. if this has occurred, the condensate water will not drain properly to the outside and water will end up on the passenger side on the carpet. The condenser associated with the A/C system of an automobile does not have a drain hose.
They will be on the underside of the spare tire cover and also in the owner's manual.
good luck trying tio find one
I have a 2000 impala and installed an aftermarket radio and amps. First you need to remove the fuse covers on both sides and find the screws that hold the dash in place. the dash will have to be removed in order to access the stero.
You can find it at bottom of the radiator, also there is a special drain plug in the engine body.
Let's drain the coolant, fill it with water, and find out!
What is the problem?
Why would you need a diagram? The drain plug is located on the bottom of the engine, screwed into the oil pan. The filter is mounted on the engine block. If you cannot crawl under the car and find these, then you are not qualified to change your own oil. Pay someone to do it for you.
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It will drain your bank account and screw up your motor
Most likely the water drain line from the AC evaporator is plugged and the condensate water and dust inside has fermented. When you park at idle with the AC on there will soon be a pool of water on the ground in he area behind the right front tire. If you don't have any then find the drain line and clean it. A leaking heater core can put antifreeze in that box also and it is not a pleasant smell.
Don't know off hand but you could always pull the lower radiator hose and drain it that way.
On the oil pan under the car. Crawl under there and look and you will find it.
Of course, it does. You can find it just in the middle of the engine oil pan.
Condensate typically gathers on the evaporator and drips from a drain hole in the bottom of the heater box through a rubber tube to the bottom of the car. If the drain hole is plugged, the condensate can drip to the inside of the vehicle and even blow out the vents. See if you can locate the drain hole from underneath, and run something up there to clean out whatever is plugging the drain hole. You may need to get someone to help you locate it, or you could just find a vehicle similar to yours and see where the water drips out when the AC is running.
FIND A SHOP THAT USES A TRANSMISSION FLUSH MACHINE.