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Old 08-27-2010, 01:56 AM   #1
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Rear A/C Drain

I noticed today after both front and rear A/C units were running all day that the front was draining out the left front corner of my coach. I see no draining of the rear unit on the ground. Where does the rear unit drain at?
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I don't know if the newer Alpines are the same but mine drains at the left rear. The hose drops down through the left side of the engine compartment.
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Old 08-28-2010, 12:15 AM   #3
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Mine too, at the very corner. It is cut off just at the bottom of the hatch.
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Left rear on my 06' as well. Clear hose through the engine compartment.
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And the first time you notice something dripping out of the engine compartment can give your heart a little jump!

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Thanks for the replies. What worries me is I find no evidence of drainage inside or out of the coach.
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ARW:

Depending on the humidity and the temperature differential, it cam take some time until I see water dripping. Palm Springs, no dripping. Long Beach, yes dripping.
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