|07-13-2007 06:36 PM|
|07-13-2007 06:34 PM|
I just went to Autozone and dug around until I found one, like you said, that looks like it was made for it. Worked like a charm.
|07-13-2007 06:30 PM|
|07-13-2007 05:44 PM|
TJ a/c issues
There are 2 separate but similar issues. Not sure how they're related other than both from a/c use. One is the stubby little 1" drain tube that come out on the engine side of the fire wall. That is the issue that will litterally fill your floorboard if your not paying attention. Easily resolved by buying a 8-12" rubber hose with a 90 bend. Just not enough draw on that little 1" stub so it runs back into the passenger floor board. Mopar doesn't even make a hose for that so you just have to go to the Auto parts store and pick one that fits.
The other issue is humidity related and only seems to appear in my TJ when the top is off and I'm being a wuss and running the a/c. When I make turns I get drips on my feet and/or the floor mat. Seems to coincide with all the condensation above my dash vents. Nothing compared to the other problem. My 98 did both and so does my 04. Would love to know how to remedy this second issue.
|07-13-2007 01:46 PM|
|2002Apex||Ive gotten the puddle before, after running it awhile. I dont know how to fix it either. Its just the condensation off that big black thing under the dash.|
|07-12-2007 09:21 PM|
|07-12-2007 08:37 PM|
|dwdrums801||not to hyjack but does anyone get condensation above the center vents when blasting the a/c on a hot day?|
|07-12-2007 06:01 PM|
|aviador10||Is yr draintube clogged?|
|07-12-2007 05:57 PM|
A/C condensation leaking onto passenger floor
While running my a/c, I get a puddle on the passenger floorboard. Anyone know how to fix this?