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Peugeot 307 Drivers side, wet footwell, i think it is probably the air con ?.

2002 Peugeot 307 Problem

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CarPeugeot 307 2.0 HDI 90bhp rapier
Year2002
Ownertonyav
Posted30/09/2010


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Hi all. I have owned my 307 HDI ( 90BHP ) for about a month now, not to long after purchasing my car i noticed that the drivers side footwell was pretty damp. I have checked the usual causes ie leaking windscreen, clogged air plenum chamber and i have had the drivers door interior door card off to check that the plastic seal was intact and not letting rain water in ( the seal is ok ).And so that just leaves the air con evaporator drain tube to check ( could be clogged up or something ), I have had the car up on the ramps to see if i could locate this drain tube i have looked at the bulkhead to try and find it, but i can't find it. So my question is does anyone know where this drain tube is located.
Thanks in advance.
Tony.





Solution 1


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Not the usual bulkhead drains blocked and coming in through pollen fiter ?





Posted on Thursday 30th of September 2010

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the a/c drain tube will be on the bottom of the evaporator inside the car down on the passenger side under dash and will pass through the bulkhead,remove and blow out





Posted on Thursday 30th of September 2010

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No it is not the usual water getting in through the pollen filter, i have checked this out.
Any ideas on how i get to the air con evaporator tube to blow it out, do i have to remove any part of the dash board or centre consol ? any advice on this is most welcome.
Thanks in advance.
Tony.






Posted on Friday 1st of October 2010

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the tube goes through the floor not the bulk head. remove the felt trim at base of dash .the trim can be removed at the front of the centre console on right hand side(two torx twenty screws) you should then be able to see the rubber tube.have you checked the o/s/r door and footwell?





Posted on Friday 1st of October 2010

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Thanks for the info paulieone, does the drain tube go through the floor on the driver's side or the passenger side of the floor ? and do i remove the felt trim on the passenger's or the drivers side ?.
Thanks in advance.
Tony.






Posted on Saturday 2nd of October 2010

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drivers side





Posted on Saturday 2nd of October 2010

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