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The fourth mount is attached to the automatic transaxel transmission case . It bolts to the top of the case by 3 bolts.. it is on the top surface of the transmission case adjacent to the area that the passenger side CV axel plugs in the transmission case. If you remove the air filter box and connector tubes you can look down towards the bottom back of the transmission and see it clearly.
heater core and evaporator drain tube under the dash stopped up. go underneath the vechicle firewall under hood area. go around heater cores coolant hoses some where below that area you should have a drain tube opening, take a shop vac tape small hoses like vacuum line 3/8 inside diameter vacuum out debris in ac drain tube that should help inside leak problem.
If you are having problems with the water in the passenger side of van during the dry weather days then it's the drain pan on the evaporator housing. It is located in behind the blower motor. The drain tube for the evaporator is on the passanger side of van next to the fire wall (black tube ) hanging downword. Use a tie strap to insert into the tube to clean it out. Hope this will help you.
Check under the hood, on the firewall, passenger side. Tube comes off the bottom of the evaporator housing (this is the box where the a/c lines enter the firewall). Usually a rubber tube that directs condensation from the evaporator housing to the outside. This tube often plugs with dirt.
Chrysler has recently extended the warranty for this problem to 7 years/70,000 miles. They will also pay for repairs you have already had on this rear evaporator. Contact your dealer or call 800-992-1997.