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Hi all,

 

I would like to check with any bros who has the same problem before.

 

I am driving an ody RB1, recently when I switched on my car aircon, i can hear something like water flowing from my co driver side.

 

It is like those water fountain sound but no water leaking.

 

Please advise what could be the problem? air con compressor breaking down soon?

 

Thanks in advance for the advice. [:)]

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The aircon has a drainage pipe. Maybe it's clogged? U sure no leak?

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Hi , confirm plus chop your air con valve for the water outlet is clogged. Just tell the workshop to unclog it. Do it soon as mine i waited for about a month then suddenly my co driver side started to have water dripping on the inside of the car... hope it helps... [;)]

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Bro, u might hv to take out the plastic cover that's covering the wiper...the leaves might be stuck there...

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possibile that the drain pipe is clogged, esp if your car is a few years old.

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Hi bro,

 

Thnxs a lot of the advice.

 

But I dun know where is the air con drainage pipe.

 

Difficult to access or must remove any panel?

 

I think no leak as my co driver floor not damp.

 

 

 

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Hi bro,

 

Will try to remove the cover n clear the leaves this wkend.

 

Thnxs a lot.

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some people spends thousands of dollars to have fountain and running streams in their home just for good luck! yours must be natural....lucky siak! [;)]

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its almost above the spot where small water spot pooled after parking.

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So the pipe is under my car... No choice liao must bring to workshop n ask them to clear for me below.

 

Thnxs alot.... ^_^

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aircon condensate trapped in the drainage

 

and not flowing out to the ground

 

usually caused by dried leaves accumulation

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Check under the front passenger floor mat if it is damp. Like some has pointed, it is probably a choked drain pipe. Get mech to check.

 

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Hi all,

 

I would like to check with any bros who has the same problem before.

 

I am driving an ody RB1, recently when I switched on my car aircon, i can hear something like water flowing from my co driver side.

 

It is like those water fountain sound but no water leaking.

 

Please advise what could be the problem? air con compressor breaking down soon?

 

Thanks in advance for the advice. [:)]

 

Don't fix it when it hasn't broken down. My previous car had that sound for 2 yrs but air con was strong n cold. Did not bother.

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Very likely AC man will not let you off the bite with simple purging or unchoking of drainpipe.They will offer you AC service and advise you that unplugging is only a stop gap measure.The blockage will return soon, as the AC is full of debris/dirty.So be alert and decide what's good enough for you.

 

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Wow... Its for good luck? Ok. Tomorow 4d must buy... C got strike or not.

so if u kana must gibe me treat ok! hope u look like yr avatar! :wub: :wub:

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one more thing...i oso had a swishing sound initially when i bought my car...i adjusted the aircon valve at the engine bay n it has disapperaed since! But mine is just a MY made brand...so donno same remedy will work anot.

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Try to locate the drain pipe. If you have access to those industrial air gun, plug it in the pipe and shoot a few burst of high pressure air. That is how my mech does it and it has been 2 years and the prob have not come back.

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