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Ok this is a problem I've never really heard of before...

WHen I make a sharp turn water POURS out of the center counsole all the way to the glove compart on the passender side.... Than it stops... This is happening on the inside of the car....

How could i fix this porblem?

Maybe reseal all the tubes?
 

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That's condensation NOT any fluid related to the A/C. The A/C is NOT leaking. The air must be pretty humid where you live and the cold air from the A/C is making the humid are condense. I'm not sure what you can do about it but don't try to reseal any pipes.
 

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Yeah where im at in NY has like 80 percent humidity.. my friends sister just had it in her car and she bought it to ashop and they said her pipes were clogged and fixed it...

Maybe that could be problem too..
 

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The only thing that runs through an A/C system is Freon, which is a gas. Clogged pipes would probably be the cause of a malfunctioning A/C
 

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dude , i hope its not ur heater coil. i ve heard that once that goes , that ll leak water into the car also. try turning ur front defrost on and if u get a film on the window that u cant wipe off then that might be the problem
 

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The heater core would dump coolent into the car. If the "water" has a sweet smell then it's coolent.
 

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what would a heater coil cost to fix?
 

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89Sentra said:
what would a heater coil cost to fix?
Not sure but it requires taking out a big portion of the dash then refilling the coolent
 

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for some reason i have a feelin thats what it is... Im going to smell the "water" in a few minutes..

Because my friend did ask me why my front windows were fogged... the desfdroster also put water onto the floor
 
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Look underneath the dashboard where the cooler and heater located at, there should be a clear plastic tube that penetrate thru your firewall going outside into the engine compartment. That is your condensate drain from A/C evaporator (cooler), I got a couple of pesos to bet that the tube is clogged and needed cleaning. Another way of checking if your drain is clogged is to run your a/c while your car is parked and in about 5 to 10 minutes their should be water (clear) dripping under your engine compartment (away from your radiator). I hope this help.
 

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Thanks for help guys...

It was a clog in the evaporator line...

all better now..

Jesse
 
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