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Water leaking from a/c

My mom's 1992 Honda Accord I'm borrowing has water leaking from a/c when on. The water will spills on too passenger floorboards soaking the rugs and leaving a splash puddle. This never happened prior to this but just got A/C repaired and its blowing very cold. Some wack a doo say it not related to my a/c fixing and will need to replace heater core? huh? I'm not taking a 6 hour labor charge chance!

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If it just condensation there is a rubber hose that got disconnected. Look up where its leaking from. Its a little hard to see but you can remove glove box.

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