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Old 04 Jul 2003, 12:50 pm
Gabriel Afana
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Default Re: AC Condensate runs on our feet


"The Professor" <Prof@school.edu> wrote in message
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> Our 95 Integra AC condensate is now running onto our feet in both the
> driver and passenger side.
>
> There is a black rubber tube that drains to the ground about just
> below the passenger side feet that I made sure was open and it does
> drip a little when the ac is running but still condensate runs into
> the inside.
>
> Any suggestions on fixing this?
>
> Steve Prehoda


I had a '92 Paseo and my girlfriend noticed that all this water was building
up at her feet. I pulled over and checked it out and there was a rubber
hose that ran through the foot area and plugged into a little exit pipe
where it drips outside. What happened was that little rubber hose slipped
off of the pipe and started dripped inside the car. Look in the foot
compartement (probly passenger side) for a hose and make sure its not
leaking and that its on tight.

Gabe


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Old 04 Jul 2003, 01:47 pm
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Default Re: AC Condensate runs on our feet

On Fri, 04 Jul 2003 17:50:42 GMT, "Gabriel Afana"
<adtomi@adelphia.net> wrote:

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>"The Professor" <Prof@school.edu> wrote in message
>news:269bgvc4oosbuikdqnk6tjv078b1fm453l@4ax.com.. .
>> Our 95 Integra AC condensate is now running onto our feet in both the
>> driver and passenger side.
>>
>> There is a black rubber tube that drains to the ground about just
>> below the passenger side feet that I made sure was open and it does
>> drip a little when the ac is running but still condensate runs into
>> the inside.
>>
>> Any suggestions on fixing this?
>>
>> Steve Prehoda

>
>I had a '92 Paseo and my girlfriend noticed that all this water was building
>up at her feet. I pulled over and checked it out and there was a rubber
>hose that ran through the foot area and plugged into a little exit pipe
>where it drips outside. What happened was that little rubber hose slipped
>off of the pipe and started dripped inside the car. Look in the foot
>compartement (probly passenger side) for a hose and make sure its not
>leaking and that its on tight.


Gabe:

We have looked and looked and cannot see any tubing that should be
draining outside the firewall.

It seems to be leaking high in the AC (like under the radio) and falls
down into the white plastice housing where it will really flow out
when you take a curve.

I wish I could download a service manual to see where everything is
and what needs to be removed to get at the leaking tubing.

Does anyone know where I can find a manual online?

Steve Prehoda
>
>Gabe
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