Question about Mitsubishi Passenger
These are air conditioner condensation drips....
A/C WATER LEAKAGE AT EVAPORATOR DRAIN TUBE OPENING
This condition may be caused by drain tubeblockage, or the heater unit not being properly sealed to the bulkhead.The bulkhead silencer pad may be positioned between the evaporator foampad and the firewall, causing an improper seal. This could cause theevaporator drain tube foam to become deformed and allow water to drainonto the floor.
To eliminate this condition, first check for drain tube blockage.If no blockage is found, install a new evaporator foam pad as describedin this bulletin. Also, inspect the heater assembly for cracks or otherdamage that could cause leakage. If cracks or other damage areobserved, replace the heater assembly.
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Posted on May 08, 2009
Well this is an expensive repair as such because of the time involved,a reputable garage would check the clutch and gearbox spigot shaft as a matter of course but the seal can only be reached by removal of everything ,if its just a small drip then have it done as and when the clutch needs replacing is the best advice i can give,adding a leak sealer for engines could help as it makes the seal soft again but if the end of the crank is worn then no ,but it could work and often does.and its not that expensive if it saves you a lot of work for now.As for mileage well treat it as a guide only as mileage tampering still goes on and you will never know weither its the garage or a previous owner who didnt want to lose money.but make sure you check oil level in gearbox in case its leaking out of spigot shaft seal .engine oil smells like engine oil but gearbox oil stinks trust me ,trying to get it when it drips up your arms ,,,,.Also as a matter of course check the engine breather as evan a slight blockage here will increase back pressure in engine causing it to leak oil .How long to remove ,,well about 3 hrs roughly if all the bolts come undone on the suspension an hour or so to change seal and check over maybe evan pushing seal in or out a bit to miss wear on crank if any,rebuilding with a strong lad to assist in alignment and moving about another 2/3 hours if it all goes well with no complications .
Oil is coming from rear main seal likely,,,, repair is trans removal .. and oil pan gasket/ rear main seal replaced .......
Rear end oil seal ,a common fault but its expensive to repair although the seal only costs coppers as the gearbox has to come completely out and this will involve dropping the sub frame as well.no short cuts here ,iam afraid ,how bad is the leak ??try some autobox laek sealer additive and put it in the engine oil.also if and when you have it repaired check for a ball bearing blancking plug in end of oil gallery its a possibility ??seen it before .whats the mileage of this vehicle as it sounds like a high mileage reps cars .
Posted on May 08, 2009
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