C. E. L.

Kneale Brownson knotnook at traverse.com
Wed Jun 30 08:51:19 EDT 2004

There's the drain for the evaporator box itself.  It leaves the evap box
and passes through the sheetmetal a couple inches toward the passenger
fender from the larger drain for the whole HVAC well.  It usually dangles a
bit on the passenger side of the tranny.  Can plug up with bugs or fine
debris that gets into the evap box.  You can try a gentle burst of air or
others have reported success in unplugging it with some string trimmer string.

At 10:28 PM 6/29/2004 -0700, Steve Scalmanini wrote:
>Do I recall correctly from a few years back that there is a second drain 
>that is lesser known but that can clog and cause ... the A/C condensation to 
>flow into the passenger footwell?  Can anyone reference that post or 
>The main drain for the HVAC area is a one-way rubberish valve (to keep
>varmints out, I guess) located toward the firewall between the heater core
>box and the A/C evaporator box.  ...
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