Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2001 10:43:49 +0100
From: "FOGVAC" <>
Subject: Re: Water dripping from somewhere...

I am having this problem too. The outlet wasn't blocked, but one of the four screws that holds the plastic casing for the condensor unit in place was missing, and rain seemed to leak in that way. I hope that has cured it, but let me know how you get on, in case mine isn't cured! I also have the feeling that, if I park pointing downhill, water can get in if it overflows the guttering below the windscreen. "Inky" <> wrote in message news:3b88502a.5285011nopsam.CIS.DFN.DE... > Thanks for the tip. I'll check it out. > > -- christian > '85 900 > > > On Sat, 25 Aug 2001 14:54:59 GMT, whobe.anonymousnopsamnet (Whobe > Anonymous) wrote: > > >Happened to me once in a 1990 900 Turbo which I still have. Seems the > >air conditioner condenser drain gets clossed with leaves and the like > >and overflows into the passenger side front. > > > >My mechanic blew the drain open with compressed air and I was > >surprised how much water spewed out on the ground. > > > >Hasn't been a problem since. > > > >WA > > > > > > (Inky) wrote: > > > >>A few times, I've noticed some water on the mat in front of the > >>passenger's seat. Today, I removed the mat and the carpet beneath it > >>is pretty damp. I'm thinking it has something to do with the A/C, > >>which I run frequently. > >> > >>Any advice would be appreciated. > >> > >>-- christian > >>'85 900 > > Well, Harv hit the aisles dancin' and screamin'. > Some thought he had religion; others thought he had a demon, > And Harv thought he had a Weedeater loose in his Fruit of the Looms. > -- Ray Stevens (in "Mississippi Squirrel Revival")

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