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My 2003 Pilot is accumulating water in the housing of the rear blower motor and causes my blower motor to squeal. If I remove the blower motor after the AC has run a while, there is about 1/2" of water in the housing. I don't know if this is because there is water entering the housing from a condenser and it's normal, or if there is a drain hole plugged somewhere that should allow the water to drain. Anyone have a similar problem?
 

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There is a drain hole. Look for a nipple on the underside of the Pilot directly under where the rear vents would be. Stick a straw or something similar up there to clear it out.

There is also a drain port for the front AC located passenger side in front of the firewall. That one looks like a short tube.
 

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Thanks road2cycle and plplplpl. I found the drain under the Pilot and it was plugged. Cleared it out and about a pint of water gushed out.
 

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Glad to hear you got it cleared out. Hopefully your face was nowhere near the drain port when it emptied out.
 
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