Suzuki Vitara air conditioning condensation leak on passenger footwell

Asked by Apr 24, 2017 at 09:26 PM about the Suzuki Vitara

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi I have a problem with my Suzuki Vitara air conditioner condensation water
leaking into the front passenger foot well. I am 100% sure it is condensation. I
have taken the external hose of and even made a short clear plastic hose up
myself to check the hose is not blocked. I have shoved pipe cleaners and wire
into the outlet from the engine bay to make sure of no blockages. It is coming
from a foam like seal inside the cabin between the firewall and the ac unit.
How do I fix this without ripping the dash out.
thanks Phil

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25,515

hummmm..just a quick question...the water is clean and its not a heater core...

Thanks for your response Kelly but i did say im 100% sure it condensation for the air con. Not 99%

25,515

hummmm..just a quick question...the water is clean and its not a heater core... heres a great read >http://www.denlorstools.com/autoblog/2009/10/ac-water-leaks- inside-car-how-to-fix/

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