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Van is leaking on the inside passanger front , under the glove bo

Under the glove box there is a clear liquid leaking onto the carpet of my van, it doesn't have a smell it's clear. it's also leaking outside on the ground.

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The drain that channels the condensation from the air conditioning system out onto the ground is most likely plugged, which backs it up onto the passenger side front floor. Clearing the drain should take care of it. Probably need to take it to someone who works on A/C or a dealer, relatively simple maintenance. If the moisture gets under the carpet, the musty smell will never leave, so take care of it promptly!

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