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It can be that the deforst tray is overflowing due to excessive frosting of the auto defrost.
So look into the rear bottom and remvoe tray to drain out.
If this is not he case then a possible leak inthe defrosting tray on the evaporator.

Posted on Sep 14, 2010

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