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When I run ac/fan get water on driver side floor area check for leaks have not found any leaks .

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Your ac drain hose come off or is pluged, some times is hard to reach, your best bet is from under vehicle stick a piece of wire if notihing comes out then the hose is out, also check arround the hose to fire wall it must have a sealer around it.

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Below the A/C evaporator core is a "pan" that catches the condensation and drains it through a rubber hose under the passenger side of the car. I guess that is where your prob is. Maybe hose came loose or is plugged up w debris. Hope this helps

Posted on Oct 02, 2010

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