The ac evaporator is located inside the heater housing under the dash on the passenger side.
It is on the passenger side of the firewall, near the bottom of the car. It is just a small rubber hose. Use a pencil eraser to clean it out, don't use a sharp object or you could damage a/c components.
It is on the evaporator case and is held in with 2 screws.
Hard job requiring refrigerant recovery system. TAke it to a garage.
Under the Evaporator housing.
On a 1999 Maxima the Evaporator is located on the left side of the car behind the fuel tank
An air conditioner evaporator is the part of the a/c system that the heat in your car transfers to causing cool air to blow from your vents. The blower is in front of it and it sucks air from the inside of your car and across the evaporator then blows out your vents.
wet debris on evaporator
It varies from car to car. Most of the time it is some where along the bulkhead/firewall.
An A/C compressor sucks refrigerant gas from the evaporator inside the car and compresses it into high pressure liquid. So the tubing that goes from the evaporator inside the car to the compressor is called the suction line.
If you mean the evaporator canister it is under the car on the left side just about under the driver seat.
Cleaning the evaporator isn't a regular maintenance item. They're mounted inside a sealed case, and in most cases you have to remove the dash to access it. Sometimes evaporators leak, preventing the AC from working and need to be replaced, but there's really no benefit to cleaning an evaporator on a car.
A dirty cabin air filter in your car or a dirty air filter in your home can reduce the amount of air that goes across the evaporator. When that happens, you aren't pulling enough heat out of your home/car and the AC lines including the evaporator, can freeze and completely block the air.
you don't, the car has an expansion valve by the evaporator.
Unplug clogged evaporator drain plug.