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A/c is leaking in the car

The water from the evaportor is leaking inside the car the air still works it just floods the in side of the car how hard will it be to get to it

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You need to clear the condensate drain, it is on the bottom of the firewall, passenger side under hood, sticks out, short rubber hose.

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