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2 problems.1- the tail gate and the tailgate glass of my my mitsubishi endeavor 2004 does not open. 2- the AC evaporator drains water into the driver flooring, where is the out put drain opening /pipe under the car?

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It is a fuse for the glass. The a/c drain is underneath the car, it is not a hose. The drain is located under the hood on the drivers' side. You will have to get under the vehicle, it is to the left of the steering wheel linkage. A bolt is coming through for the accelerator and there is a hole to the left of the bolt and on the bottom of the hole is where it drains from it is like 3/4" down and 3/4" towards the driver side. A stiff wire or pipe cleaner will fit into the nipple, it is not easy to get to but it can be got to. If it is not clogged then it is the actual rubber seal and you will have to find a piece of hose to fit around the nipple and allow all the water to drain through the hose. Hope this helped tim

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