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That's odd, have you tried cleaning out the hose with compressed air, like abut 10 psi or tried replacing that drain hose?
Here is a diagram of the hose,
Yeah, I read that. I said that is odd.
Are you sure the passenger side is flooded from evaporator drain water and not something else?
The water is from the evaporator coils sweating and there is no pressure jus dripping. Maybe something just isn't put back together correctly and either the engine cooling fan or the wind from driving is pushing the water into the vehicle. I would take it back apart and see what is wrong.
Did this leak before the blower motor was replaced?
The radiator fan? That is no where near the evaporator and drain hose.
Like I said before I think, "Maybe something just isn't put back together correctly and either the engine cooling fan or the wind from driving is pushing the water into the vehicle."
I doubt if a rear end collision would cause damage to the evaporator area.
Something like what should be done? That video is 22 minutes long, at what minute:second are you talking about?
No, the evaporator is there, the condenser is in front of the radiator.
Are you saying you think I know the problem and won't tell you?
I already told you what I thought.
Yes, the second part.
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I have no idea! This is really odd.
Is it water or coolant that is leaking on the floor?
what happens if you turn off the AC system with the engine still running?
That is strange, if it was condensation from the evaporator core it should run out as soon as the heater is turned off. When the liquid runs out is there and odor? and when driving does a film form on the windows inside?
Try this for me, unplug the AC compressor electrical connector so the compressor doesn't run, then drive and let me know if it leaks water then
Okay, I understand. There has to be something out of place and blocking the water drain while air is being pushed into the heater case, It looks like the only way to find and fix the problem is to remove the heater case and inspect it.
Yes that would be how you remove it, okay video but it is to fast to really see the steps.