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CLEAR FLUID LEAKING INSIDE CAR ON PASSENGER SIDE. LARGE AMOUNT HAS LEAKED OUT. IT CONTINUOUSLY LEAKS, CARPET IS NEVER DRY. CAR RUNS FINE OTHERWISE

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The a/c evaporator has a drain tube that allows moisture to drain out of the car. The tube will stick down on the lower, passenger side of the engine just in front of the fire wall. You can usually only see it from below the car. Sometimes these drain tubes can get clogged with leaves or other debris from the road which doesn't allow it to drain so it backs up and leaks water onto the passenger side floor. Try to locate this drain tube and clear it out. Compressed air works pretty good for this.

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