You can find the evaporator drain on the bottom of your air-conditioner compressor. The evaporator drain hose will go from the compressor to the bottom of the engine compartment.
The 1998 Pontiac Transport evaporator drain hose can be found on the bottom of the air conditioner compressor. The evaporator drain hose routes water to the bottom of the engine compartment.
Water collects on the interior floor when the air conditioner is used # Air conditioner evaporator drain hose is blocked. Clear the drain hose where it exits the passenger compartment. # Air conditioner evaporator drain hose is disconnected. Secure the drain hose to the evaporator drainage tray under the dashboard.
The Cadillac Escalade evaporator drain hose can be found on the bottom of the air conditioner compressor. The drain hose extends from the compressor to the bottom of the engine compartment.
wher is the a/c evaporator drain hose located
Evaporator drain hose routes water from the bottom of the air conditioner compressor to the bottom of the engine compartment. The drain tube will be on the bottom of the air conditioner compressor.
It will be located on the firewall on the passengers side under the vehicle somewhat.......
Locate where the heater hoses go through the firewall. The evaporator is usually located close to there. Look nearby for a rubber hose or it even might just look like a rubber plug in the firewall.
Just the drain tube "yes" but not the nipple that it goes to.............
Bottom of the passenger side floor pan, towards the firewall. It protrudes from a black rubber grommet.
it is located behind the engine as part of the blower mtr assembly thru the fire wall. you must lower the engine a little to remove and replace it.
It should be under the hood, under the lowest point of the HVAC box. It is not a hose, just a short nipple that points atraight down.
it is in the passenger side front floorboard at the top left. A Short elbow shaped hose should be connecting from the condenser out through a drain hole in the body/frame. If it disconnects, you'll get water in your floorboards when you run your A/C
Its located on the passengers side on the firewall.................
There is no hose but, if you open the hood and reach under the HVAC box on the firewall, at its lowest point, with your fingers you can feel a small short nipple pointed straight down.
The 2001 Pontiac Trans Am air conditioning drain hose begins at the bottom of the air conditioner compressor. The drain hose will route evaporation to the bottom of the engine compartment.
Look for the evaporator drain hose on the firewall; to remove it for cleaning or for removing the evaporator, simply pull it off.
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.
where is the airconditor drain hose on a 1999 Pontiac Bonneville
It is on the lower, passenger side of the firewall.
Pass. side lower cowl
The evaporator drain on a 2002Chrysler Chrysler Town and Country is a small pipe on the lower passenger side of the firewall.
"Cleaned it out"? The evaporator box or the drain hose? Sometimes algae will grow in the box and plug the drain hose. Quick way to check is to use an air hose and blow up in the hose where it comes through the firewall. If you had the box out, did you kink the hose putting it back in?
It is located under the hood at the lowest point of the HVAC assembly not visible from above.
The evaporator drain hose is in front of the center console at the bottom... if you pull back the carpet just to the right of the accelerator pedal, you'll see a white fitting pressed into the driveshaft tunnel with the hose connected. The hose runs to the bottom of the evaporator housing. From under the car, the outlet is hidden by a heat shield for the catalytic converter. Bend back the right front corner of the shield to access the drain.