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Condensation is leaking inside instead of under the vehicle.

Just bought a 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor and Condensation is leaking inside instead of under the vehicle. The leak is on the driver's side floorboard after the A/C has been running. You can see where the water leaks under the console dash. Thanks KAY

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  • kaytaos Jul 11, 2010

    Thanks HWBIV BUT
    What is the best way to get to that. It's really tight underneath-hard to get to and the interior black box thing is hard to get to also, that in the "middle and lower and in the far back" What would be the best way to approach this if I tryed it myself. I know I am a woman but I am somewhat mechanical and can't afford to take it to a dealer right now. The last two times I got out of it. The floor was soaked. Thanks again, Kay

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Look for the drain under the hood ,directly below where the ac lines go into the firewall,clear it out with air pressure.When it is unstopped,the drain will allow a bunch of water to come out quickly,and alot of it.

Posted on Jul 11, 2010

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    Ronny Bennett Sr. Jul 11, 2010

    You will have to get under the car,and try to find a long bendable tube on the end of a blow gun,so you can reach the drain.

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The condensate drain is probably plugged in the housing of the condensor this is usually housed with the heater core and blower motor

Posted on Jul 11, 2010

  • hwbiv Jul 12, 2010

    the first post you got sounds right to the info i gave was general for all cars. if you cant find it see if your auto parts store for a repair manual usually about $15 i buy one for every car i own . alot of very useful info . let me no if i can help anymore.

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Theres only problem you are almost correct , on the endeavor model the a/c drain is on the firewall but is covered by a metal plate it can not be blown out you have to pull the dash and remove the hvac box and clean out the drain but i believe you can also remove the evap core from the right lower side of the dash but will have to evac the system and then have it recharged

Posted on Aug 04, 2010

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    cda2z Aug 17, 2010

    again the outlander is different than the endeavor theres is only approved method to unclog endeavor drain pull the dash and hvac box there is a second method but i can not disclose it because i never established its validity

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I had the same problem with my 2003 Outlander. Instead of climbing under the car I used hook shaped air tube and hooked it from the top to blow out. You can also build a hook with extension out of PVC to hook to water hose with coupler on top end to hook to hose and male threads on other end to attach a jet nozzle. You just have to clear the plug so it will not take much pressure. Hope this helps!

Posted on Jul 20, 2010

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Http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/repair/troubleshooting/troubleshooting.jhtml?pq-path=6198

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Posted on Jul 19, 2010

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    Duane Wong Aug 04, 2010

    yes, the condensation builds up if the 'weep' drains get plugged up.

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