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A/c leaks back into front passenger side

When I turn on the a/c, the floor on the front passenger side gets soaked. It's definitely water, not coolant. How do I fix it? Thanks in advance
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Check the freon level in the A.C. unit, that's condensation, also you will want to replace the cabin air filter, and clean the drain plug at the bottom of the temperature control unit(big box where the evaporator, heater core, and blower motor are at).

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