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I have water that drips down over by the glove box when i turn the a/c on. I also hear water running behind the glove box when the a/c is on o-and now when i turn on the a/c or the heat there is no air that comes out at all.. Do you know what that could be?

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Sounds as if the drain pipe has come adrift, and maybe unit has been over gassed. Its usual for the condencer to have water coming from. It condences the gas to a liquid and as it does so it removes the heat from the cabin. Condensation takes place and has to drain away somewhere, so a pipe is provided, which takes the water out of the vehicle. Think your has become detatched

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