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Air condition problem- making front floor wet on both sides
2002 Saturn L200

Air condition problem- making front floor wet on both sides

(2002 Saturn L200)
Starting in May, 2011, I notice that both sides of the front seats carpet were soaking wet. I than sucked up the water by vacuum, to make them dry, than in a couple of days, the carpet would be wet again. The passenger side is the worst. Where does the air conditioner drain the water? Is the drain clogged up? Do I have a hose off? I noticed that after running the car and air condition, water doesn't drain on the drive way. Need help if possible. Thanks.
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on June 29, 2011
You've answered your own question. I think the A/C housing drain is plugged or disconnected. You should be able to find a little rubber hose coming from the A/C housing, going through the firewall on the passenger's side, and emerging low in the engine compartment which should be able to drain onto the ground.
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on June 30, 2011
Thanks Superbob. Found the problem last night after searching the net for a fix. Had a clogged drain at the rubber hose located in the firewall in the bottom center location. After removing dirt from hose, water drained for period of time. Thanks.
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on June 29, 2011
You've answered your own question. I think the A/C housing drain is plugged or disconnected. You should be able to find a little rubber hose coming from the A/C housing, going through the firewall on the passenger's side, and emerging low in the engine compartment which should be able to drain onto the ground.
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on June 30, 2011
Thanks Superbob. Found the problem last night after searching the net for a fix. Had a clogged drain at the rubber hose located in the firewall in the bottom center location. After removing dirt from hose, water drained for period of time. Thanks.

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