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Unread 06-14-2013, 08:48 AM   #16
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If it's the corrugated plastic tubing (which you'd only be able to tell by removing an A-pillar handle) then you're unlikely to be able to split it. This is a terrible type of tubing to use for a drain as the edges inside just collect gunk a lot faster than a smooth-walled tube would.

I did the TSB reset, which involves pulling the fuse and it seems to have helped the top make a better seal. But I've still not gotten the front drains blown clear, as I don't have the right fitting to get down to the holes. One... more.. tool... to buy...

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Unread 07-10-2013, 09:12 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by Tjgrou2 View Post
On my parent's Chrysler T&C (Should be the same roof) the clog wouldn't blow out. I used a thinner 10ft piece of weedwhacker nylon. Pushed it right out. I could even see the gunk once the nylon came out of the wheel well. I've been advised that you could possibly puncture the drain line, but i don't think nylon would do that. Worth a shot if nothing else works.
I had the water in the DS - A pillar today, as well as overhead out of the garage door buttons ...Yikes - This idea sounds really good to me.. anyone else do this trick ?
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