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Water from the ac running into the car

I get a ton of water in my car when I run the AC. (I took a 5 hour trip one day and actually had a small puddle I scooped out with a cup).
The drainage tube is not clogged. It seems as if there's a leek somewhere --- help!

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The only way to find out is to open the box up which is usually located below or behind the glove box and find out what is going on in there

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