Local dealer said that the mud i drove through pushed the AC drain hose off the bulkhead fitting on the frame. I'm not sure that I believe them. I don't see any evidence of mud on the interior of the Jeep, even after removing all the interior trim. Instead, I think that the AC drain hose was not installed correctly at the factory or worked off in the winter.
Anyway, remove the trim panel in the passenger side foot-well on the center console. Check that the AC drain runs from the evaporator core to the bulkhead fitting on the transmission tunnel. If it has worked off, re-connect it.
Once that is done, you will need to dry out the carpet/padding. I've parked my Jeep outside and placed a space heater in the cabin. I also pulled the door jam trim so I could lift up the carpet and blow the warm air from the space heater into the padding. I'll run it over night with the windows open. My goal is to dry out the pad so that mold or rust won't grow.
I don't see a way to lift up the rear passenger carpet without removing the front passenger seat. Does anyone have any hints? The seat fasteners don't look like a hex or a torx head. What tool I need to buy?