Question about 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor
Have not seen water standing on the drivers floor to be an a/c hose issue because this typically causes the passengers floor to get wet
however, what you need to look for is a little "nipple" sticking out from the firewall under the hood.
To confirm this "theory" turn your a/c on and drive for 1/2 hour. Stop somewhere safe, like your driveway, but leave the engine running and the A/C on
look under your car and you should see what looks like a "leak"
the less clogged the drain the more water you will see
no water = no drainage
all you have to do is find the nipple and unclog it with something like an old fashioned coat hanger
Unfortunately, none of my service manuals shows a good picture of component location of the drain hose
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Posted on May 27, 2010
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