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Old 09-25-2015, 10:37 PM   #51
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I have the same problem. However mine is dripping from the AC control unit cover. Took it to dealership and they said they didn't have the gasketand they would call in a few days to repair. That was almost two weeks ago. Nice.
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Old 07-24-2018, 05:11 PM   #52
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I just noticed a leak forming on the passenger floor.

Does anyone have pictures of where to find the A/C drain tube? (Original ones from the post are gone).

I called my dealership about the posted TSB, but was told they didn't know anything about it and suggested I speak to the manager... who was away for several days.

So, I want to check the drain tube and either fix or rule out one possibility.
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Old 07-24-2018, 06:34 PM   #53
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I just noticed a leak forming on the passenger floor.

Does anyone have pictures of where to find the A/C drain tube? (Original ones from the post are gone).

I called my dealership about the posted TSB, but was told they didn't know anything about it and suggested I speak to the manager... who was away for several days.

So, I want to check the drain tube and either fix or rule out one possibility.
I sold my Focus but fixed the issue before hand. If you take of the A pillar, you will see a plastic tube running from the roof, down the a pillar, leading further into the dash. I pulled the connecting hose out and gave it a good blow (not kidding). It cleared whatever was in the line. Put everything back together and didn't have an issue afterwards.
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Old 07-31-2018, 10:33 PM   #54
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Hey man just curious did you ever find out what was leaking or how to fix it cause mine is leaking exactly like yours. It’s like a small trickle and I’m just finding it out now after owning the car 6 months and never noticing it before. Did you ever fix it or just let it drip. Thanks a ton man lol
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The drain is behind the panel pictured below. See this post for pictures of the drain: https://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/8670977-post7.html



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Old 09-07-2018, 05:59 AM   #56
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Same issue

Hello and greetings from Finland.. Don't know if this thread is anymore active, but let's give it a try...
I have the same issue with my 2012 Grand C-Max. Passenger floor gets wet and looks exactly like in the pictures.. Can someone tell me how to get the plastic covers away so that i can see the drain? I tried it but they are very tight.. What exactly needs to be removed? THX
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I'm pretty sure that I've got a similar problem. One day, my blower started making a noise like something was stuck in it or the bearings were going bad. The next day, the sound went away. Two days later, my kid noticed water dripping down from the top of the left front corner of the passenger footwell. That continued the next day until I decided to run the blower without the AC turned on. I think something got in there and was rubbing on the blower fan, and then came loose and clogged up the evaporator drain. I'll update, once I get in there and see what I find.
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Old 09-30-2018, 03:22 PM   #58
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I'm pretty sure that I've got a similar problem. One day, my blower started making a noise like something was stuck in it or the bearings were going bad. The next day, the sound went away. Two days later, my kid noticed water dripping down from the top of the left front corner of the passenger footwell. That continued the next day until I decided to run the blower without the AC turned on. I think something got in there and was rubbing on the blower fan, and then came loose and clogged up the evaporator drain. I'll update, once I get in there and see what I find.
Nope. Dry as a bone when I pulled off the drain hose. I think the dripping was coming from further up, anyway. I did change the cabin air filter while I was at it. It looked long overdue. Better air flow now. See if that somehow makes a difference towards the dripping, after I've driven with the AC on for a while.
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Same same but different

Hello guys,
mine is leaking from the 90 degrees white plastic connector at the bottom of the interior condensation hose.
I can't upload a picture because I'm new at the forum...

The outer condensation hose is open, checked it and used some air pressure to make sure.

any ideas how to solve this issue?
Thanks a lot.
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Old 12-24-2018, 03:44 PM   #60
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Hello guys,
mine is leaking from the 90 degrees white plastic connector at the bottom of the interior condensation hose.
I can't upload a picture because I'm new at the forum...

The outer condensation hose is open, checked it and used some air pressure to make sure.

any ideas how to solve this issue?
Thanks a lot.
You could try putting some caulk arround the connector to seal it off.
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