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When the airconditioner is running I have water coming into the interior dripping on my feet on the front passenger seat

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There is a drain for the A/C condensation, and it's most likely clogged by debris. Not sure where yours is located, but you need to find it, and clean it. You shouldn't have any more problems.

I hope this helps

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