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2003 galant leaking water under glove compartment when i make left turns. any advice? the car has no signs of over heating or any other problems. just running water flowing during left turns.

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    Is this only after it rains? No antifreeze smell?
    No loss of coolant?

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Is or has your a/c been running?If so, open the hood and on the passenger side on the firewall, there is a blaxk jousing.. Slide your hand under it and you will feel a rubber thing that is flat on the end, Squeeze it like a coin purse to open it. It's the A/C condensate drain.. That should fix your problem. Good luck, Now you can turn left again, but no right turns now. Just kidding.!

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