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    Post ALTO AC/ACpipes problem- water is driping inside the car

    I have Alto VXR with company fitted AC. I have noticed few days back that water is coming inside my car at passenger side. Today I have figured out that this water is not of AC as this drips inside only in rain. I removed carpet today and open the bonnet and throw water with pressure in the engine at the highlighted points (pictures attached) and water came inside the car with no time . I need suggetions of experinced members at pakwheels. Whats are the solutions for this place as Paksuzuki placed only a piece of foam at that place which wets in rain and water comes in car comparmnet.ALTO ACACpipes problem water is driping inside the car -1244707ALTO ACACpipes problem water is driping inside the car -1244708

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    get a new foam man
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    that is the expansion valve and there is supposed to be a rubber piece that has has lips to grab onto the body sheel metal encasing the valve and pipes. Go to a suzuki dealer or a good A/C shop and ask for one. with a new item you will need to undo the expansion valve (release and refill gas after vacuum to install it properly.

    meanwhile you can get butyl tape and build up a barrier. Dont use foam as it will soak itself and pass water again.

    the lower tube is the evaporator drain, very easy fix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by atifjameel View Post
    I have Alto VXR with company fitted AC. I have noticed few days back that water is coming inside my car at passenger side. Today I have figured out that this water is not of AC as this drips inside only in rain. I removed carpet today and open the bonnet and throw water with pressure in the engine at the highlighted points (pictures attached) and water came inside the car with no time . I need suggetions of experinced members at pakwheels. Whats are the solutions for this place as Paksuzuki placed only a piece of foam at that place which wets in rain and water comes in car comparmnet.ALTO ACACpipes problem water is driping inside the car -1244707ALTO ACACpipes problem water is driping inside the car -1244708


    Bro i was facing the same issue,water came inside the cabin on every wash n during the rain..i took my car to the ac mechanic he fitted a new foam to fill the gap but of no use,so i decided to do it by myself so i took a piece of rubber tube(old tube of car's tyre) cut it according to the pipes of ac to fit properly after proper cutting i fixed it on the body properly with the glue(sammad bond) now ALHAMDOLILAH i m tensn free

    here r the pics of my DIYALTO ACACpipes problem water is driping inside the car -1245457ALTO ACACpipes problem water is driping inside the car -1245458ALTO ACACpipes problem water is driping inside the car -1245459

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    Thank you every one for you replays. Special thanks to Bilalch_88 . I have done the same as advised by you. I am posting my work done. ALTO ACACpipes problem water is driping inside the car -1247124

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    I need one more suggestion, there is a open hole near gear box as shown in picture. Should I also need to cover it or not?ALTO ACACpipes problem water is driping inside the car -1247125ALTO ACACpipes problem water is driping inside the car -1247126

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    Yes, this have a rubber grommet. Normally mechanics take it off when doing "Engine Timing" then dont put it back.

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    Bro u can get this rubber from any auto parts shop in 20-30 rupees easily.

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    Thank you Brother Bilalch_88

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    I would suggest to get the original suzuki part for the timing hole rubber, it remains soft for years and years unlike the "auto parts ki dukaan" rubber which turns rock hard in a month. You will have to break it off if you want to set timing, with the original one you remove it and place it back.
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    Thank you all brothers for your support and valuable comments.
    I have completed the work which you guys suggested me. Now the problem has solved</SPAN> </SPAN>.</SPAN>

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