Top 20 2001 Mitsubishi Montero Sport - Page 5 Questions & Answers


Do you mean master cylinder?

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Check for loose belt, slipping balancer, or wrong size alternator pulley(too big diameter)

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Could be bad alternator.

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change the fuel pump relay.

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Check the Battery leads Make sure you have got good clean earths.

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crank or cam sensor

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check emissions controls for vacuum leaks..

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The air conditioner is controlled by in cab air temperature so if the air temp is low then the ac compressor clutch will cycle as the thermostat switches it on or off. If you want it to work all the time you may have to run the heat as well so that the thermostat is fooled into thinking that the air temp is hot.. Have the system checked out by an auto electrician

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Doesn't mean anything. Its possible the alternator is not charging the battery, but anytime you run the engine with the battery disconnected, you run the risk of cooking the alternator and the engine computer.

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Bank 2 sensor 2 means oxygen sensor behind the catalyst convertor

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Because a head gasket are not valve seals. What color of smoke is coming out of your tail pipe? if it's burnt oil, have your valve seals replaced. Head gaskets seal the space between block and the cylinder head. I don't know why your head gasket was replaced when a shop told you your valve seals need to be replaced...makes no sense.

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Here's a link to your sensors.

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Got the wrong fuse maybe

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The steering column wheel has 2 pins pushed into the back side of it and as you turn the steering wheel making a turn, the pins slide over the humps of the blinker signal. As you return the wheel back to center to drive straight, these pins then hit the humps in the turn signal and push the turn signal back to the original position. It sounds like one of these pins fell out or broke off. You need to pull steering wheel and check to see if these pins are still inserted on the back side of the steering wheel.

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Got a manual?

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issue with the 4 wheel drive system. contact your mitsubishi dealer and let them diagnose the problem for you. they can pull specific codes out of the PCM that make diagnosing and fixing the problem right the first time more likely.

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You may have low fluid levels or a vacuum leak. It might be a good idea to have a respectable mechanic (transmission) person diagnose the problem as soon as possible.

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BANK 1 LOCATED IN THE PASSENGER SIDE AND BANK 2 IN THE DRIVER SIDE

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Alternator if all your wiring connections to the battery are tight

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run fault codes and check for faulty Torque converter clutch solenoid or faulty TCM (transmission control module)

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