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Old 04-28-2009, 11:24 AM   #1
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Hi guys, I hope this is the right forum to post. My 2000 Bonneville has water all over the floorboard on the drivers side, I checked and it is not coolant. I have recently been using a/c again and was wondering if maybe the condensate is draining inside the vehicle? is there a tube or something coming off of the a/c that may be clogged? Thanks in advance for any help.
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This write up is about cleaning the EVAP, it will give you an idea where to look for the drain tube. Sounds like it'* plugged.

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This write up is about cleaning the EVAP, it will give you an idea where to look for the drain tube. Sounds like it'* plugged.

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Thanks for the quick reply Dan I will give it a try.
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