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We have a 2003 Saturn L200. It made it to work one day just fine, but then on the way home, the passenger's foot well was completely soaked by the time we got it in the driveway. Took it out again to see if there were any noticable issues other than the wet foot well, and as we were driving it, the driver's side was beginning to get wet as well. We've let it sit for a day to get an accurate coolant level, and the coolant level is fine, yet the passenger's and driver's foot wells are completely soaked. All user serviceable fluids (oil, brake, power steering, coolant, etc.) are all within serviceable range. What could the issue be?

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Your A/C drain tube is plugged up and the water condensation that normally drains out side the car is now draining out of your lower a/c vents. The passenger side on the out side where your A/C evaporator (close to the blower motor) there should be a drain tube for the water to come out.

In most cases after time, the tube will get plugged up dirt and grim. Find the tube and clean out the end to ensure there is no restrictions.

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