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Water accumulates in the passenger side of the car it's not coola

Water accumulates in the passenger side of a lincoln town car 2005 when the heat is running and it is not coolant. Coolant level has no change. Can the cabin air filter causes this problem??

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Condensation from the A/C. some times the a/c runs while the heat is on. check the a/c drain.

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