FIX! ( All Years) Pontiac G6 Water Problems

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Asked by JustRebuiltG6 Feb 23, 2019 at 02:53 PM about the Pontiac G6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Alright So According To Reports In
you own a Pontiac G6 9/10 you have
unplugged sunroof drains that are
located on all 4 sides under the
headliner.

There’s also a AC Evaporator /
Condenser Problem Where it Gives
You completely Moldy Old Man Hot
Air On the Cold Settings. The
problem is that the AC Condenser/
Evaporator has fallen and covered
The Drain resulting in a Terrible smell/
2 inches of wet moldy carpet / and
foggy windows radio etc.


To replace the AC Evaporator you
have to completely take apart the
complete dash..... lots of work so
replace your heater core too (
optional)

Other common leaks are around you
window seals and weatherstripping

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