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Condensate Drain?

Old 09-08-2009, 09:08 PM
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I know that the ac sytem produces condensate that drips in the front passanger area, but my drip puddle seems to have moved lately about a foot backward. I am wondering in there is a drip hose that may have come loose, and the now the condesate seems to be free flowing as gravity takes down underboby compnenets. My question is: What is the proper routing for condensate drip, and is there a hose that should direct it? I have 2000 2wd blazer with 180K on it, and don't want the constant dript to deteriorate compnents. Thanks.
Old 06-06-2016, 06:34 PM
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I'm having the same problem bro, except my passenger carpet WAS getting wet. Mine doesn't have a hose-just a hole. Replies to my problem state that some of our 2nd gens had them, while others didn't.
If your drip has moved, something also has moved to re-direct it. Sounds like yours has a hose that might have come undone. Mine drips all over the frame and splashes backwards onto the firewall and bottom as I drive. I'm gonna try rigging up a hose of some kind. Good luck and let me know what you find. I'm still trying to find the drain.
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