Air Conditioning on 1994 Honda Civic

When turning, water squirts on your feet when the air is on. Current owner also reports that windsheild fogs up occasionally. I'm considering purchasing the vehicle with 57,000 miles.

by in Clarks Summit, PA on March 22, 2010
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ANSWER by , March 22, 2010
sounds like the drain hose at the bottom of the evaporator housing is not draining the condensation from the evaporator coils.And when you make a turn it runs over and come out at the nearest opening,and to the floor or your feet.And after the car sets a while the evaporator becomes warm from the refrigerant ,then while the ac is cooling the car again it wil force the warmed water vapors on the windshield.