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The a/c condensation goes on the inside of the passenger side floor board and now the fan motor doesn't work. What do I do about this? Any idea about the cost?

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Drain in the firewall is probably plugged. the motor is probably a result of the water laying in there. blower motor new is about 40 dollars, then someone to install it.

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