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When I make hard turns my air conditioning seems to be making a noise...like something is hitting the fan, about the same time I notice the floors on the passenger and drivers side are soaking wet....I have been running the air, because it still blows cold. I am wonder if it could be the drain hose fallen away...Can this be fixed easily?

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Probably a mouse nest in the fan assembly. I have seen this alot.

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