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A/C drain tube, condensation evaporator location??? 2006 eclipse gt

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Old 11-02-2010, 10:21 PM
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Default A/C drain tube, condensation evaporator location??? 2006 eclipse gt

I have just noticed that the passenger side floor is becoming wet in my 2006 Eclipse GT. There is a definite leak coming from under the passenger side dash (where the blower motor is for the A/C). I have been told that my drain tube may be plugged from debris and what not but I cannot seem to locate this drain tube in order to either blow some air up there or do anything for that matter. I would love if someone could help me out a little bit or point me in the right direction. I have contacted a couple Mitsubishi dealerships and one told me that it was on the passenger side firewall and the other told me that it was on the driver side firewall. I have looked everywhere online and cannot find any information for the 4th generation but all sorts of information on the 3rd generation. I'm not sure if they have changed the locations or not but it seems to be quite the common problem with Mitsubishis in general. Any help would be greatly appreciated... especially before I put it away for the winter
 
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