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Wink A/c Condensation really bad - R12-R34 conversion

I now have 2 vehicles that have major condensation rolling into the passenger side floor board... any ideas?

also the new jimmy i have says R-12 on the compressor... how can i tell if its changed over to r34?



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It sounds like the drain to your evaporator case is stopped up. I usually blow into the drain with some compressed air and it will start draining again.

Just look at the fittings on your Jimmy. R12 and R134a fittings are very different. The R12 fittings will have threads on them and the 134a fittings look kinda like the fittings in an air tool.
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drain evaporator.... where is there? not real good with a/c's



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It sounds like the drain to your evaporator case is stopped up. I usually blow into the drain with some compressed air and it will start draining again.

Just look at the fittings on your Jimmy. R12 and R134a fittings are very different. The R12 fittings will have threads on them and the 134a fittings look kinda like the fittings in an air tool.
then its r34 already... i knew it looked new but didnt really know how to tell.



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I guess this is what it looks like... do i have to unhook it to blow air in? idk even where this thing is located lol



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ps condensation in both vehicles comes out of the a/c vent for the feet on passenger side



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Look under the vehicle close to the firewall or low on the firewall for a rubber tube or a hole.If its not condensation its going to be a heater core.Do the windows fog up for seemingly no reason?
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no but in one vehicle the vents get condensation over all of them.



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k when i find this rubber tobe what do i do with it?



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blow it,.. you shouldn't have a problem doing that with all the practice you've had..
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