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Old 08-06-2012, 09:29 PM   #1
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03 solara a/c drainage leak

i have an 03 solara (4 cylinder) that has water leaking down from under the dash. i started to notice it a couple weeks ago after i had driven awhile with the a/c on, and it doesn't seem to happen when its off. could it be from the condensation off the vents? is there a way to check the drainage system? could it be something else?
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Re: 03 solara a/c drainage leak

There is a drainage tube under the passenger's side near the firewall. If you are getting condensate leaking onto your rug, this tube needs to be unplugged with compressed air or a coat hanger.
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