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Actually the drain is clogged it somewhat accessible on the firewall behind the engine . the water fills upthe evaporator box and when you go around a corner it dumps on the floor if you remove the drain spout you blow some compressed air in the hole to clear it if it continues you may have to remove the evap and manually clean out the box .

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