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98 Montero Sport transfer case is chipped off at last rear inch. Car still drives. Is there a seal/bearing at the end? Can this output case be replaced w/o removing the transfer case? Thanks!

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SOURCE: fuel filter 2003 Montero Sport

drivers side, underneath the car. look at the line coming from the gas tank, and where the line gets bigger and has a metal cylinder in it, that is your fuel filter. a couple of clamps and you can change that thing out in a matter of minutes, and depending on your medel you may have to remove a metal plate to get to it.

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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SOURCE: 2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport XLS transfer case issue.

The best place for a DIY manual is www.ALLDATADIY.com their info is very accurate.

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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SOURCE: How to change horn on 1998 montero sport

Just changed my horns on my 98 Montero Sport and come to find out it was the horn relay. The horn relay is located near your power steering resivour its a small black square you will see some electrical lines running to it. Give it a couple taps and then try out your horn again. If that dosnt work your horns are located right behind your turn signals on your front bumper, they are circluar 3in and golden colored. You can get dealer ship replacement horns for 30 plus dollars or go to a autozone or advance auto and get aftermarket ones

Posted on Jun 08, 2009

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SOURCE: Gear Neutral light blinking while the gear is on

I believe it means that your transmission fluid is either getting too hot, or there's not enough fluid

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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SOURCE: My mitsubishi 98 montero sport is burning oil and

you need to install valve seals also have all your front seals and cam bore seals checked

Posted on Jan 06, 2010

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