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My a/c stoppedworking yesterday. i get a few drips of water on the drivers side floorboard. is my heater core going out?

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No thats the condensate drain pipe blocked ,as for the ac not working thatrs another question ,anything from lack of gas to a compressor clutch or even a wire broke

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