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Old 05-28-2024, 07:04 AM #1
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2019 Driver side condensent issue from AC

I just recently started using my AC this year and a new problem has developed.

I get water pooling on the drivers side front mat. Any ideas on how to address? I have never had this problem in the past.
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I just recently started using my AC this year and a new problem has developed.

I get water pooling on the drivers side front mat. Any ideas on how to address? I have never had this problem in the past.
Possible clogged AC condensation drain hose?
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First, maybe, try clearing your AC drain tube. Use compressed air or a flexible wire to remove any blockages. Then, check the drain hose.
If that doesn't help, check the AC evaporator case for leaks. Sometimes, leaks can cause water to get into the cabin.
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Leaking water under the dash area

AC is pouring water in the car as we drive.

Leak help

A/c drain mod
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