Quantcast
RWD - Condensation dripping from refrigerant line inside cabin

Volvo RWD 200 Forum

INDEX FOR 10/2019(CURRENT) INDEX FOR 10/2018 200 INDEX [<<]  [>>]

 VIEW    REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE    PRINT   SAVE   A    A 

Condensation dripping from refrigerant line inside cabin 200 1993

Another wack-a-mole project:
I've seen lotsa posts on plugged AC drains but didn't see anything on condensation dripping from the refrigerant line. The supply and return are wrapped with that adhesive black gooey insulation tape, and I've also taken a section of foam pipe insulation to fit over that, with only partial success. Steady drip drip right where it bends to go into the evaporator, down on the tranny tunnel and then to the passenger floorboard where it slowly builds up and then SURPRISE! we're sinking! I have previously spliced a T into the evap drain hose and rigged a large pvc end cap to collect the drips, with a hose connected and assorted tie wraps to hold everything in place, but that only sorta worked and looked awful. Anybody have a better idea?






THREADED THREADED EXPANDED FLAT PRINT ALL
MESSAGES IN THIS THREAD

New Condensation dripping from refrigerant line inside cabin [200][1993]
posted by  JPistos  on Thu Jun 6 19:35 CST 2019 >

Cut and paste link:

<< < > >>


Users marked in green are currently online.

©Jarrod Stenberg 1997-2016. All material except where indicated.


Brickboard.com is not affiliated with nor sponsored by AB Volvo, Volvo Car Corporation, Volvo Cars of North America, Inc. Brickboard.com is a Volvo owner/enthusiast site, similar to a club, and does not intend to pose as an official Volvo site. The official Volvo site can be found here.

All participants agree to these terms.
Powered by Denizen - Custom Software for Enthusiasts