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2005 Civic Hybrid -- A/C problem?

I've owned my Hybrid for about a month. No problems until today when I noticed that the A/C compressor seemed to "click" on and off, alternating between 72 degree cool air and warmer, more humid air. I do not have "ECON" turned on, as I am away that in "ECON" mode the compressor will shut off when you come to a stop. Instead, this was occuring during speeds between 40-60mph. I had the fan turned on medium speed. Does this sound like a low freon problem? air conditioner just stopped running and nothing is displayed on the ac/heater screen. Alot of water started to come out on to the passengers side floor from beneath the glove box.

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What you have is a drain line plugged. there is a drain that goes to a canister inside the engine room that has a blockage. it can be caused by a spider web or something that entered the hose. it backs up the drain and causes water to run inside on the floor. its a real quick fix at the honda dealer if you cant find the location yourself

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