how can i locate the the condenser drain lines on a 2002 Lincoln LS

crfckzy
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Asked by crfckzy Jun 05, 2007 at 12:56 PM about the 2002 Lincoln LS V8 Premium

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have water coming out of the passengerside dash vent  i think it is caused by the condenser drain lines being clogged any suggestions

                                                    John

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lightGear
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Never had that happen before. I would get a Chilton or haynes manual and follow their directions to remedy the problem. Could it be coming through the vents at the bottom of the windshield....but that wouldn't make it come through the vents....I'm stumped and thinking out loud here...... Let me know what the issue was is you resolve it, i'd love to know how to fix a problem like that.

ggab492
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If you take the wiper arms off and then the grilles under them on the passenger side you will find your cabin air filter (about 6"x4") your ac drains under that.

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