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Change your cabin air filter first. If it persists, there are chemicals available to clean the evaporator core area of the A/C system through auto parts stores.

Also, you can spray a mildew-killing deodorizer ( Lysol makes a "Soft Powder" scent that's not too unpleasant) into the fresh air intake while car & A/C are running. A/C should be on "fresh air" setting. Spray until scent is noticable inside car. My intakes are just ahead of windshield, on passenger side. Open hood & you'll see them. Drive as usual w/ A/C on, maybe windows down for a few miles. Repeat as needed.

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