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Fluid leaking from underneath dashboard by gas pedal--appears to be water. Sometimes sprays out or drains out a lot and soaks floor. Appears to do this when fan or air conditioning is on. Think that air conditioning drain is blocked--if so where is it

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You are correct. The water that you are seeing is the condensate that is drained out on the street when the A/C is on. Look at the passenger side of the car, under the dash, close to the center. You will see a black rubber tube coming out of a box, and it will poke thru the firewall, towards the front on the passenger side. Remove it, expect to see water drain out on your floor. Clean it by running water thru it with a garden hose or something like that. Reinsert it and poke it back thru the firewall. This is very common for the drains to plug up.

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