water on the floor of my 1998 dodge intrepid when I run the A/C

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Asked by Aug 08, 2013 at 04:29 PM about the 1998 Dodge Intrepid 4 Dr ES Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When I run the A/C, I get water (not coolant) on the floor.

9 Answers

580

If not coolant then condensation

55

How do I fix it?

580

Open the box under the dash and drain the water is a bit of a pain but only way

55

What box? Can you please give me a few more details?...

580

Under the dash there is a black box not nessisarly box shaped but it houses ac coils im not real familliar with that particuler model but there all simular turn on ur ac see where the water is dripping from open that its plastic u may can pry it open enough to drain the majority first u have to remove the kick cover its behind that it could run from pass side to drivers side key is seeing where the water comes out that will lead to where its puddled

55

Does that "box" lead to the drain under the car? I think it is clogged but I can't seem to unclog it from underneath. It doesn't drain underneath at all...

580

Im not 100 on that model but it should also check where ur lines go into the cab under the hood the water dripping from the dryer the canister shaped alluminum part on the pass side under the hood could be running down the line inside the car should be foam insulation around the lines blocking the holes it could be going in that way all together

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55

Thank you, I will look at it all tomorrow and let you know what I find...

580

Ok good luck wish i could give u more info

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