The gas tank filler cap overflow is the same size tube in the same area, so that might be what you're seeing.I pulled the "BMW" cover off my '20 GTL. While there were a couple shrouded wires in that area, I didn't find any tubing at all. There was one drain tube a little farther back. No plug in it.
Glass bottles don't make good receptacles for waste fluids, and quality beer doesn't come in cans.I spotted the problem right away.......there is an A & W ROOT Beer can in the picture......that should immediately be replaced with a quality Belgian ale, German Weissbeir or Irish stout of your choice!
I had to grab a flashlight and a pair of large forceps (having spare surgical instruments in the tool box is a great idea) to find it and dig it out. Was pretty deep and only identifiable by the cap.I pulled the "BMW" cover off my '20 GTL. While there were a couple shrouded wires in that area, I didn't find any tubing at all. There was one drain tube a little farther back. No plug in it.
Or its plugged like mine was.I probably need to go digging in her innards, then! As an RN, I may have forceps stashed somewhere. Thanks for the tip!
I found the condensate drain. I reached behind the frame and found it on the far side of the driveshaft. Short little bugger. Barely long enough to reach past the frame so I could catch anything in a cup. I pulled the plug. There was nothing in it. Peace of mind knowing it's been done.