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A/C Still Leaking water on the passenger floorboard

I found out that the gasket on the inside of the vehicle on the firewall is bad. Tried to put some silicon around it to seal it up but thats not working. water still coming in. Is there anything else I can try? Would I have to take the dash out in order to replace that gasket? Please help

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Here is what helped me;
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You need to clear the plugged condensate drain on the AC box, it is down low on the passenger side inside the engine compartment..

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