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Condensation from air condition leaking inside vehicle.

While operating the air conditioner, all the condensation drains to the inside passenger floor board. I ran a coat hanger in the drian tube from outside, you can hear it on the inside, no apparent blockage. Is there suppose to be a elbow on the outside to stop the wind pressure as your driving from holding the water in ?

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