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Ac water I have the exact same problem. It started about 2 weeks ago. already replaced the blower once. have you solved this on your car yet? Let me know please nbafan1@tmail.com

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Filter that was not installed at factory, dealership should retro fit it for free, it allows debris to get into lines which clog and allow water to drain directly into the blower motor area and fries that, as well as pooling in the passenger floorboard.... sucks bigtime and will fry a lot of stuff if not immediately added.

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What is the exact same problem? water from the evaporator drains though a hose. This hose sometime gets dislodged or plugged.

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    What is the exact same problem? water from the evaporator drains though a hose. This hose sometime gets dislodged or plugged.

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