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I know, I know, it's been discussed, but the sticky I've read about existing on this forum continues to allude me. I think my a/c condensation is leaking in our 06 rrs, wet drivers side floor, and oddly drivers side passenger (which may be unrelated), how do I confirm its the a/c and how do I fix the issue. Thanks in advance
 

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Well...that actually sounds like BOTH of your sunroof drains might be clogged....rather than just the passenger side which has been the issue for most folks. Blow them out, remove the vents, open the rubber nipples to let any dirt or gunk free up...and pour some water into the drain to see that it flows w/o obstruction. Very very few cases of the A/C leaking reported from what I recall here.
 

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Ok cool, I'm familiar with that process, I've done the front ones before, so I'll do those and the rear. Thanx
 

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Where do the rear drain tube openings come out of the body, so I can clear(cut) the one way valves
 

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The problem was the rubber grommet spout thingy that goes through fender under drivers side dash had deteriorated and fell in side of cabin under dash, prob why there was water in back, prob ran under door jam to back seat. Any ways had a piece of clear tubing laying around that was just the right diameter to fit snug into fender hole and sunroof drain pipe fit snug into clear hose, and problem solved. You know we cuss our rovers at times, but then it feels good to figure out the problems yourself with help from this forum. I guess it's a love hate relationship. Thanx PJPR01
 

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Good to hear Rover! Glad you were able to solve the issue. As far as the rear tubes, I don't recall where those drain out, I think inside the body panels down to the rear, but I have never seen an exit for the rear tubes. The front ones are easy enough to get to...remove the vents, and ensure those rubber hoses have not deteriorated and are clean. Eventually the rubber will deteriorate to the point where you might have to replace the whole tube (I had mine done last year).
 
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