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I have pulled carpet back and when AC is on floor gets wet. I looked at drain under car and it is draining correctly. Is there a additional line besides the one that usually drains leaving the puddles of water under the car. If so were do I find it? Any information will be helpful.

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It may be partially plugged up, so whatever can't drain out is ending up in your carpet. This is a rather common problem, so I'm quite confident u need to clean out the hose, u should be able to access it under the dash, passenger side, low on firewall. It can be blown out w/ compressed air, or carefully use a bendable wire to insert and unclog. This problem is made worse by junk (leaves, twigs, pine needles, etc) accumulating in the grill (cowl) in front of the windshield. This is where your fresh air for heat/cooling is drawn in, and the 'junk' eventually plugs up your a/c drain, so keep it clean, u will at least delay it happening again soon. Let me know how u make out.

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