Question about 2001 Mitsubishi Pajero 2.0
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: water in driver side floor
The condensation tube is blocked more then likely, a shop can unclog from underneath for about 30-40$. It is usually located near where the a/c aluminum lines enter the firewall if you want to attempt it yourself. If the line is not blocked then the evap box probally has a crack in it and will need replaced
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
the moisture dripping into your passenger compartment is condensation that is supposed to be dripping out of the a/c box via a tube that runs along the firewall to the bottom of the car(thats where the water on the ground comes from on most rigs that have been running a/c for a while). it sounds like the drain hose, or the base of the a/c box where the hose attatches has gotten clogged. if you can get to where the hose attatches to the box, remove it and blow air through the hose. before reatatching the hose, be sure there is noting blocking the niple on the bottom of the box. you should be able to get a pick or small screwdriver through the hole to clear the debris. if that fails to work you will most likely have to remove the a/c box (very difficult and lengthy process) to clean the drip tray in the bottom of the box. if it comes to that i would recomend modifying the box somehow to create a larver drain hole, and allow for a larger drain hose. if its clogged that bad after just 4 years, you will probably experience this problem again without enlarging the drain hole. hope this helps
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
Is the leaking liquid antifreeze or clear water? Anti freeze is slimy. Ck your AC drain . its under the blower housinfg under the hood on the fire wall. The drain is easier to seeb from below looking yp. Squeeze it open and make sure it's clear. Good luck -Ned_
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
It sounds as if the drain line from the vent is plugged. You'll need to get under the car (jack stands please ) to locate. In your forward vent where air comes in for your AC or just Vent rain will obviously get in to it. There is a drain hole at the bottom of this to allow water to flow out. With time from dead bugs, leaves, road dirt... this vent can plug. Under the car locate this vent line, place a small wire up within it to remove the blockage. After doing you may want to both test and flush by use of a garden hose. If there is a lot of accumulated debris it might plug back right away and you'll have to clear again.
I hope this may have helped,
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
this is a issue due to lack of a filter that was not installed in factory.... call dealership they should install the filter and unclog the drain free... do it soon before it fries your blower motor and resistor like it did mine :)
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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