The overexpression of multidrug efflux pumps is an important mechanism of clinical resistance in Gram-negative bacteria. Recently, four small molecules were discovered that inhibit efflux in Escherichia coli and interact with the AcrAB-TolC efflux pump component AcrA. However, the binding site(s) for these molecules was not determined. Here, we combine ensemble docking and molecular dynamics simulations with tryptophan fluorescence spectroscopy, site-directed mutagenesis, and antibiotic susceptibility assays to probe binding sites and effects of binding of these molecules. We conclude that clorobiocin and SLU-258 likely bind at a site located between the lipoyl and β-barrel domains of AcrA.