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Old 12-23-2018, 07:41 AM   #11
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oh no...what should I do? I have a leak from the 90 degrees white connector at the bottom of the hose (can't upload the image...rookie :( )

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ZakZuk - BET you have a MkIII {post 2011} and your leak is in the passenger footwell area at the side of the center console.

Take things apart & clean out whatever is blocking the drain hose, as a first step.
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ZakZuk - BET you have a MkIII {post 2011} and your leak is in the passenger footwell area at the side of the center console.

Take things apart & clean out whatever is blocking the drain hose, as a first step.
You are right. It's 2012 🙂 already cleaned the hose with air pressure. I didn't remove the white plastic part because i'm afraid to break it.
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I IIRC from old posts, there's an O-ring seal for that 90* connector - bet it's a twist & remove situation.
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I IIRC from old posts, there's an O-ring seal for that 90* connector - bet it's a twist & remove situation.
The rubber is there. It's not actually leaking (now that the hose is clean), it's ''sweating''. Maybe that's ok...
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I had this problem as well. In my case the water was not draining out properly. The area underneath the cowl, where the cabin filter belongs and water should have flowed out was clogged with dead leaves and small sticks. A regular compost heap down there. I was able to vacuum it out though it was a bit tricky.
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