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Old 05-05-2014
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Fred Bieti Fred Bieti is offline
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Default A/C condensate drains

I recently had some water come down through the side valence with only the front A/C running. It appears that all three A/C unit condensate drains (red tubing?) join together there and drop down to an area behind the driver side wheel well. Is my assumption correct? Could the drain be plugged? Can I backflush this drain with a little burst of compressed air?

All help appreciated.

BTW - Many thanks to those who posted the Aqua Hot/Webasto repair photos. I found then very helpful while putting new bearings in same.

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Very little air, of you use that method. You don't want to blow the line apart from any hidden fittings. If it is crud build-up from condensate water then a little bleach inserted up above may work. If it is dirt build-up from dust a coat hanger inserted from below may work.
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It is unlikely the three a/c unit drains are joined together. The front is by the left front wheel. The center is around the propane tank, roadside, and I think the rear is in front of the rear wheel well, also road side. If they don't drip, they are plugged.

A lot of air pressure will blow the fittings apart, so if you use it, use it lightly.
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