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I was driving my 2010 corolla a couple days ago and started hearing the sound of liquid dripping right behind the glove compartment. After a while I started hearing water slushing whenever i made a left turn and now it’s leaking. I removed the glove compartment and found the source of the leaking but don’t know what to do about it. If any of y’all had had this problem and have a solution, please let me know. I took a picture of the area in question where the ac unit seems to be leaking.



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Drain tube through the floor blocked, possibly by debris and spider webs. Clear that and water should drain all out.
i gave it a shot, it worked for the first half of a drive and afterwards it started spraying and dripping again. Also, when I first separated the two drain tubes from eachother, no water came out, making me think that the coolant is clogged somewhere else in the ac unit.
 

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You might have to do a roto rooter, carefully run a wire through both directions of the tube and see. Or carefully use some compressed air.

It might be heavily blocked, for example, when broken down leaves and lint accumulate and cake up.
 

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You might have to do a roto rooter, carefully run a wire through both directions of the tube and see. Or carefully use some compressed air.

It might be heavily blocked, for example, when broken down leaves and lint accumulate and cake up.
I actually poured water into the black tube and it came out fine out the bottom of the car, so I guess the clog should be somewhere where the white tube leads, I'll give the roto rooter a shot and reply with results again.
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