Question about 2010 Mitsubishi Endeavor
Replace the window seals on the doors friend. Get them from the dealership for that vehicle, roll the windows down, pull the old seals, minding not to lose the clips, put the clips on the new wipers and place them in the slots.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2004 endeavor problem
Souns like a leak is allowing water into the cabin area, there may have been a leak in the firewall but it looks like it's coming in from somewhere else. Take a look at the rubber door seal in the drivers side door jam and check it for damage or possibile leak area's, if you find a leak here it can be sealed with silicone or you can replace the entire dorr seal. The only other possibility for the leak would be the seal around the windshield, also check this and seal with silicone if a leak is deteteced.
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Posted on Sep 13, 2008
I was a manager at a Mitsubishi dealership.
There was a "secret warranty" on certain Galants where the firewall seam would fair and leak water into the interior. Call your local dealer to see if your vin qualifies. The fix is to simply reseal the firewall crimp seam with silicone sealant.
Alternatively, sunroof equipped cars sometimes get the drain channels clogged in time. Make sure to clean drain holes and use forced air if necessary.
Lastly, some cars have heaters with pollen filters. If those filters become clogged, condensation can accumulate and overflow into the interior.
If any of these solves your issue, please rate my answer
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
Popular question. It's hidden unlike any other car. Outlet is behind driver side brake lines 1/2 way up in a frame weldment bracket hole. Impossible to get to. My dealer drilled a hole, inside driverside airdistribution housing (remove panel next to your accelerator leg) and blew air in it. Lasted 5 min. and plugged again. I found lowest point in righthand corner of housing. You can see molded round shape in housing that leads into firewall. Used hole drilled in line towards back of housing and ran a stiff wire down molded round shape. It went past firewall, felt it unclog some goo, and massive amount of water came out. Sill working.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
your top is leaking,check the weather strip seals to see if any are torn or missing-be careful because mitsubishi does not carry all parts for spyder tops anymore-good luck
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
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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