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Boxster water leak in footwell


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I drive my 2000 Boxster S Tiptroninc with the A/C on all the time - I have been told that this will prevent seals hardening etc. However, I seem to be getting a leak from just above the passengers footwell, where the A/C is located. The leak appears to be clear water, and is coming from the panel that covers the fan. Has anybody any experience of this and the fix?

Best regards to all


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It is likely that your AC condensation drain tube is blocked or out of position. When proper clean and aligned it should drain under the car.

I have yet to see my evaporator core drain to underneath the car. I have noticed all my other cars doing this recently and it certainly is humid enough here in tucson these last few weeks. At the same time, I've not noticed any wetness inside, or any funny smells.

I'm also not able to find where the A/C drain tube is located. Any thoughts on this?'

2004 Boxster S


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1. Water drainage: water collection tray

2. Water drainage: sealing channel on rear side section

3. Water drainage: tank tray

4. Water drainage: evaporator of heating and air-conditioning system

5. Water drainage: radiator tank

Thanks, Loren. Does this tube exit above the plastic underpanel? Is it possible that water is not dripping over the panel? I haven't driven more than 30 minutes in a very long time.


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