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Old 07-09-2019, 10:23 AM   #1
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Condensation soaking carpet

Hi all,

Ran into a new situation, my Dash A/C on the passenger side is soaking the carpet. I found the exterior drain was clogged and cleaned it out, but it is still soaking the carpet, any thoughts?

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You may have blown it back in and the clog just clogged. Even if there is some water coming out it may not all be draining. Try suction if you have a pump of some sort. You might need to open the evaporator box to clean it.
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