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Old 02-15-2005, 02:55 AM   #1
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where exactly are the drain tubes of the evap core at? i took off the passenger side kick panel and i don't see them? can someone tell me where exactly they are at, i just wanna see if its leaking, which may be the cause of my passenger side getting wet with water all the time.
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Not tubes, holes. Read the evap core flushing in Techinfo. The holes are in the engine compartment side, below the core. You have to look through that itty bitty hole you flush through (under the resistor pack for the fan motor). Not sure if you'll see them, but the solvent should open them up. Just remember when rinsing, that you don't OVER flow it, or you will get wet carpet.
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