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Old 05 Jul 2003, 01:20 pm
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Default Re: AC Condensate runs on our feet

The tube is in the passenger floor side. It is just about directly above
where your left foot would be. The best way to clear it though is from the
bottom of the car because if you pull it off inside it will drain into the
floor. Blow compressed air into the tube and then get back as it will come
out pretty fast. Possibly a leaf or debris has gotten in there and has
covered the hole.

David Short
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"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



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