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You either have the box for the A\C a-coil cracked whitch can be glued with epoxy or the drain tube is missing, pugged or off the nipple on the end of the box / catch pan. The box containing the coil is under the passenger side dashboard. A little investigation will reveal it. If tube is missing or off, repair / replace. If it is on and box is intact, take hose off and use compressed air to blow out the obstruction. With A/C running, you should then see water (condensation, which is normal) dripping from the bottom of car on the passenger side near the firewall / engine compartment. Please remember to rate this answer.
This is a professional job. You need to drain & reclaim freon so it does not get into atmosphere. Then evacuate system with a vacuum pump for 30 minutes, then refill with R134a freon in the proer amount. Need special tools too. Probably a $500 job.
That is a transmission warning light. You need to take it to a transmission shop where they have a special code reader that will tell you what the problem is. My car did the same thing was lucky found out it was just a solenoid in the transmission that needed replaced and not the trans itself.
Paul is right you can go to radio shack or autozoneschucks or any parts store and ask for the removal tool it cost $20.00 tops. Trust me you don't want to undo the dash as the air bag could detonate if you shorted the two wires that can control it and it could kill you.