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When I turn on the AC I notice that there is water on the passenger floor. I was wondering what could cause this and if I should have a expert fix it if it is worth it

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Overflow vent is plugged up its on the engine side of the firewall passenger side (small stub hose)

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The issue is condensation from the air conditioners evaporator. This is usually caused by a damaged or clogged drain hose. The drain hose comes out of the firewall and allows the condensation to drain outside the vehicle. You can clean it with a straw, or a long twist tie.

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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first, if it is a heater , you will notice the the wter could be warm and may have color either brown or greenish or yelowish. you may need an expert to repair the heater core and be warned that you may loose all your water in your radiator that would lead to engine breake down.

next, if it is cold and colorless, then it could just be coming fom your evaporator which is located underneath the glove compartment under the dash. you may unclogged the drain hose from the engine compartment. look for a small hose that comes out of the firewall located at the bottom part of the firewall and clean it with anything that could be inserted in it.. a small thin rod would do the trick.. you would notice the water flow like a fall once the clogged has been removed.

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did you replace windshield?
do you have a sunroof?
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