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Water from ac in driver side footwell

Water from my air conditioner seems to be infiltrating into my driver side. I tried to unplug the drain tube at fire wall with a wire and water still flows inside the cabin and thru the fiewwall.

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May be to much dirty into the housing keeping the drain pluged or it just cracked

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