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Its leaking under the dash on the passenger side when the ac is on, it feels like condensation from something under the dash but its alot and is soaking the floor of the front passenger floor

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The water is probably coming from the air conditioner. Check the air-conditioning box or ductwork that surrounds the evaporator. There should be a drain hole in the bottom for the water to escape to the outside of the car. The drain hole may be plugged or the ductwork cracked or broken.

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