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Old 08-29-2016, 04:54 PM   #1
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'95 Tracker AC leaking

Searching web for help and found this site. Looks good to me right away. My problem is the drain broke off under dash on back/bottom of AC. I managed to get something glued in and packed with sticky play dough stuff from Ace Hardware. I started the truck and let it run until I saw if my repair would worked. It did. But......There is a leak where hoses go into back of unit. Also the bottom of unit is sweating. I'm thinking that is where water collects to drain out and may be building up there. So....to be clear there are two problems, leaking where hose goes into unit (not the drain) and unit sweating. Looks like the unit has to come out to make repairs. Am I wrong here and if not then how does it come out and is this the evaporator?
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Old 08-30-2016, 06:40 AM   #2
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Re: '95 Tracker AC leaking

if you are talking heater hose leak it might be a bad hose or clamp or the heater core itself. the ac evaporator is inside the same heater assembly and usually the dash has to be removed to get heater assembly out. a leaky heater core could also account for extra water on bottom of box. if you remove the heater fan assembly you might be able to get a look in there and see if there is a mouse nest or leaves or something else partially blocking drain area
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