Ok the condensation is normal especially when you are in hot conditions because the a/c lines will get cold and the hot heat will heat them. As far as the engine running hotter that should not have anything to do with the a/c. On your clutch, is the clutch actually engaged, or is it just the pulley spinning? You might want to check to see if your bearing on your pulley is worn, that may be why your clutch is staying on if it is, or your air gap between the clutch and pulley is non existant so you may need to add shims.
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