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Steam is coming out of vents

My mazda 929s is overheating and steam is coming out of my vents. What is the problem , and how can i fix it?

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If it is a cool mist ,it is the air conditioner freezing up ,check freon to see if it is low,,and low presure cut out switch to see if it is working corectley,,u might have a closed up expansion valve,,,,,if it is not a cool mist and smells sweet,,,it is the heater core,,,stop leak,,or replace heater core

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