I have been reading the forum to find out why the passenger side of my
corvette gets soaked when running the air conditioner, I see that the
drain can plug up. I have a 2000 corvette, and was wondering if anyone
could tell me where it is and how to unplug it. I think it might have
knocked out my turn signal lights as well because yesterday they quit
working too. If anyone can help me out I'd be extrememly grateful.
You're going to get dirty on this one, get under the car and look straight
up between the battery and the right head on the cowl. If you can't see the
little rubber tube start taking parts off until you do. There is one on the
passenger side and two on the drivers side if I remember correctly. You will
need to mechanically clean it out unless you have a high pressure washer and
then you may get even more water in the cabin.
Have you looked in your fuse box under the passengers floor mat?
Well, today the turn signals were working again, I guess it dried out
enough. I looked through the fuse box and everything seems to be okay
there. I'm letting things air dry for a bit, I have no idea how long
this has been going on since I usually drive by myself. I don't think
I have the equipment to get under the car and clean it out, I might
just have to take it in to the dealer. One other thing, when I turn
sharply to the left the AC Fan makes a squealing sound, could this have
also stem from the water not draining properly or is it just a bearing
going out? Thank you for the information!
Both of mine on the drivers side were packed causing the water to fill up in
the cowl and reek havoc with the wiper motor. I was able to remove the two
udders and get all the crap out of them. Squeezing them opened up the slit
and the crap fell out. The next time I'm on the lift I'll look for the
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