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When I use the air conditioner, water pours into the passenger floor board. Buckets full, it even saturated all the way to the back seat.

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Thats not a easy fix but first does the heater work if not then it the heater core which is not cheap to fix but doesnt cost a lote few hundred w parts
or it could be low on freon and causing the ac to over work its self here one thing you could try your self there is black hose that the ac uses to drain water with and it maybe cloged all you have to do is find it clean it well before you try this and blow in it if water begins to come out while running the ac when doing this then the was only clogged and there is no problems to worry about but if not then try have the freon level checked by service tech you could trust for some ppl is hard

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You have the drain pluged off , check the drain like an inch long black pipe ,usually located at the right side ,like at the front of the glove compartment passig the firewall

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Had the same problem...there's a similar post about it pouring when the a/c is on. I noticed it when I turn left. The drain hose is the answer. I use a compressor and a air gun extension to get air down to the drain hose on the fire wall (maybe 1-1/2' from the center of the firewall and about half way down). If you look at a few different angles, you'll eventually find it. Blow air (and lysol or bleach if you can) into the hole to clear out the mold. If you're curious, you can also put your head down by the gas pedal and look to the center console. You'll see a translucent white box that holds some black mold inside it. There's you problem. Good luck.

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