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Old 06-29-2006, 07:19 PM   #1
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Default Anyone else have water dripping from under dash??

My '94 TA has water dripping from under the dash on either side of the center console and by the firewall on the inside of the car. I think it might be something to do with the A/C, but I know it's not coolant. I could use any help or advice that could be shared!!

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The drain tube for condensation that comes off the A/C evaporator might be clogged up.
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Mine did it (3) times in 1.5 years, and finally I bitched the GM techs out....solution route a bigger hole for drainage, but be careful of the condenser while poking/routing it out!

Haven't had any issues since then! Don't tell me, but I bet your passenger side floorboards were soaked!
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Where is that drainage tube located? Should be right under the plastic case that holds the evaperator right?
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