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Old 15 Jul 2010, 01:58 pm
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Default a/c DRAIN HOSE

Where is it located on a 2000 Accord 4 cyl. Thanks


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Old 15 Jul 2010, 07:25 pm
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"jrl" <mleclair@accesswave.ca> wrote in news:mTI%n.9421$z%6.9136@edtnps83:

> Where is it located on a 2000 Accord 4 cyl. Thanks
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You mean the end that drips onto the road? It's at the bottom-right of the
firewall, right where the puddle appears when the car idles for a bit with
the A/C on. Or are you getting no puddle?

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Old 16 Jul 2010, 06:03 am
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On Fri, 16 Jul 2010 00:25:54 +0000 (UTC), Tegger <invalid@invalid.inv>
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>"jrl" <mleclair@accesswave.ca> wrote in news:mTI%n.9421$z%6.9136@edtnps83:
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>> Where is it located on a 2000 Accord 4 cyl. Thanks
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>>

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>You mean the end that drips onto the road? It's at the bottom-right of the
>firewall, right where the puddle appears when the car idles for a bit with
>the A/C on. Or are you getting no puddle?


No puddle. I am thinking if I used the A/C more I might see a puddle
but I think the system has to be charged because it is not ice cold
like it should be. That year is it R134 ? Thanks
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Old 16 Jul 2010, 06:28 pm
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Clete <leclaij@halifax.ca> wrote in
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> On Fri, 16 Jul 2010 00:25:54 +0000 (UTC), Tegger <invalid@invalid.inv>
> wrote:
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>>"jrl" <mleclair@accesswave.ca> wrote in
>>news:mTI%n.9421$z%6.9136@edtnps83:
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>>> Where is it located on a 2000 Accord 4 cyl. Thanks
>>>
>>>
>>>

>>
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>>
>>You mean the end that drips onto the road? It's at the bottom-right of
>>the firewall, right where the puddle appears when the car idles for a
>>bit with the A/C on. Or are you getting no puddle?

>
> No puddle. I am thinking if I used the A/C more I might see a puddle
> but I think the system has to be charged because it is not ice cold
> like it should be. That year is it R134 ? Thanks




It's R134A.

Is the carpet damp in the passenger footwell? Push hard with your thumb all
around, especially in the region of the "transmission tunnel". If the
carpet is NOT damp ANYWHERE, and you get no puddle on the road, the
evaporator core is probably not getting cold enough to make condensation.
Time for a trip to a garage.

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