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Old 07-07-2010, 05:15 PM
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Well,

Went to the local salvage yard (junk yard) and looked over a few rams sitting there. The A/C has a drain that sticks out behind the dryer about 1/2 inch. I cold not pull one froma wrecked truck but did locate a piece of tube that I thought would work. The tube did not work.

The previous owner reallt did this truck in. The drain tube on this truck is broken at the fire wall. So I thought about it for a minute and ended up locating a ink pen and using the body of a large diamaeter ink pen. I cut about two inches of the body of theink pen and stuck it into the broken drain tube. The pen fit in side of the tube itghtly enougn that I think the silicone glue will hold it and allow the a/c to drain ina normal manner.

I ran the a/c today and did not notice any water running from the a/c within the cab of the truck. I have pulled the carpet away and can see the floor panel where the water was entering. Time will tell.
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