Question about Toyota Prius
There is a drain hose at the bottom of the plenium for the heater/AC airbox, it is attached to a nipple and the hose runs along the firewall, passenger side (inside the engine compartment)-it is plugged up and is backing up into the plenium, hence your water problem. If you cannot do it any decent repair shop can fix it in less than 15 minutes by putting the car on a lift, finding the hose (it hangs down and really is the only one in that location) and pushing a thin, long object into the hose to clear it out so it will drain. You can do it yourself if you can jack the car up on the passenger side, then place a jackstand under the subframe to hold the car up (do not go under the car with just a jack holding the car up!)-look up where the passenger's feet would be if they could extend through the passenger compartment into the engine compartment (need a flashlight)-have a hanger cut, straight, to push through the hose-fixed...
Posted on Jun 08, 2011
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