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I have a 2003 mitsubishi eclipse. every time i use the air, my driver's front and back floor ends up full of water. any suggestions on what is causing this?

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The a.c. system has vents, it sounds like they are clogged, unfortunately without some mechanical experience, you should probably take it to a shop to have them unclogged.

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