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    Default condensate drain problem 2005 uplander

    Hi:

    I've got a 2005 chevy uplander that leaks water into the floor boards when the ac is running. We just completed a trip to FL from MD and the entire front of the car was soaked. I think its a condensation drain problem as when we stop no condensation flows out onto the ground. I've read a number of similar complaints but no one with a solution other than the condensate drain is blocked. Does anyone have a suggestion about how to solve this problem? Can anyone tell me where the drain is on the uplander?

    Many many thanks!

    Bill

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    welcome to the site!

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    welcome to the site, not sure where it is located but look for a rubber tube hanging out under the it should be on the passenger side tucked up a little bit gently blow some air up the tube with a air gun and see what happens or take a flexible but stiff rope or something similar and run it up the tube

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    Welcome to the site!

    You should post your question in the tech forum. You'll get more responses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wsevans3 View Post
    Hi:

    I've got a 2005 chevy uplander that leaks water into the floor boards when the ac is running. We just completed a trip to FL from MD and the entire front of the car was soaked. I think its a condensation drain problem as when we stop no condensation flows out onto the ground. I've read a number of similar complaints but no one with a solution other than the condensate drain is blocked. Does anyone have a suggestion about how to solve this problem? Can anyone tell me where the drain is on the uplander?

    Many many thanks!

    Bill
    Welcome aboard.
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    Welcome to the site!
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