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Mitsubishi Endeavor, SUV
#11 of 578 Re: Heater Problem [ralliart25]
Dec 31, 2010 (10:24 am)
Guys, Mitsubishi dealer just called me tat there is a recall to his particular problem in 2007 Endeavor...you might as well talk to the dealer to schedule for the repair and replacement of some parts...
I will suggest to ask them to tell us what are still those recalls we should know so we are not going to caught in some situation that mught endanger of our lives...I will do the same thing...as of now this is the third recall that I have since I bought this truck...
#12 of 578 Mitsubishi Endeavor Water Leak Behind Dash
Aug 14, 2012 (6:13 am)
#13 of 578 water leak behind dash
Sep 01, 2008 (6:56 am)
my '04 is leaking water on passenger side behind dash when a/c is on. someone said it is the a/c dryer is plugged. have to take off dash to get to it. anybody else having similar problems?
#14 of 578 Re: water leak behind dash [concreteboy]
Oct 25, 2008 (6:24 pm)
I had a similar problem. Took the SUV to many mechanics who could not venture to fix it because the complete dash had to be taken down. I finally ended up at the dealer where they charged $970.00 to fix the problem. By the way the part used was only $3.50....It is happening to a lot of Endeavors
#15 of 578 Re: water leak behind dash [alron]
Jan 10, 2009 (6:14 pm)
I had the same problem and found out the drain is incorporated in the body so I drilled my own drain hole and put my own drain tube in. I also found out that on the intake to the ac inlet had no screening so it was allowing crap to get in to clog the drain in the fist place so I put a screen in myself and never had a problem since. All you have to do is pop the plastic grill under the passenger windshield wiper off to get access and then just duct tape some aluminum window screening in place.
#16 of 578 Re: water leak behind dash [concreteboy]
Mar 21, 2009 (12:16 pm)
04 Endeavor with water leak on driver's side. Tires Plus said R/R evaporator and replace seal $773. Dealer service mgr said $2 part and $900 job. Good private mechanic said water is leaking from somewhere around the evaporator, but didn't want to undertake taking out dash. Any better ideas?
#20 of 578 Re: endeavor evap water leak [concreteboy]
Mar 31, 2009 (3:33 pm)
please cant you help me with that problem the last week spend $145 and the same leak came again thanks