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Super cold fluid started leaking inside on drivers side of vehicle.

(1995 Plymouth Grand Voyager)
in Baton Rouge, LA on March 12, 2013
While driving my vehicle last summer, I would have the A/C on. During these times extremely cold liquid would come pouring down over my feet (often in sandals - LOL) when making a turn. It happens numerous times on the drivers side and once or twice on the passenger side.

Now, my A/C only blows hot air. How can I find out and repair this problem without a major expense (limited income)? Is this easy to replace?
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of Greg's Orange Auto on March 12, 2013
YOUR EVAP DRAIN IS PLUGGED AND NEEDS TO BE CLEANED OUT.VERY SIMPLE AND SHOULD BE A CHAEP FIX
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