Question about Mitsubishi Heating & Cooling
Look under the hood . find the big plastic fan cover on the right side passenger side of the car. reach you hnd down under it and be prepared to get dirty. undewr the bottom of the plastic shroud of the cvover is a hole the size of a pencil . that is where the water that condenses out from the ac drips out. they get plugged. stick a dull pencil erasser sized object up in the hole and water will usually gush out. in worst case , use a shop vac and a piece of rubber hose and **** it out. be advised even with all else ok you can sometimes get a drop of water on the toe of right passenger at times. sometimes even running over a sert of rr tracks at high speed can b ust loose the clog. usually the pencil works best.good luck guy..........
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
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