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Where Air Conditioner evaporator drain hose located for Pontiac Transport SE 1996?

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2007-10-10 19:05:53
2007-10-10 19:05:53

There isn't exactly a hose. The drain port is located along the firewall, directly behind the sparkplugs. Easiest to reach from underneath the vehicle. By removing the cover under the dash (passengerside) you will be able to see where a part of the housing "drops" to the drivers side of the fan motor. That is the drain. FYI: Check your Cabin Air Filters. They are located behind the access door in the glove compartment.

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