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Just like to know how to remove the top manifold on 2001 mitsubithi montero so i can put new plugs init the suv has 64000 miles on it

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I need timing belt diagram for 2001 montereo sport


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On a 2002 mits montero sport suv, is it "required" to change a timing belt every 60,000 miles?


No, consult you owners manual, most belts, timing belts are made of kevlar and last to about 80 to 110,000 miles, be very careful though to see if your engine is a zero clearance engine , meaning the pistions can contact the valves if they become out of time by a failed or sliipped timing belt, it is good to be on the safe side and inspect occasionally the belts, there should be a cover where you can see a section of the belt for inspection purposes, check the entire belt for missing teeth and or cracks and freying, if any of those are present change belt, if you have zero clearance motor failed timing belt can destroy thr top end of the motor causing a very expensive repair... 60,000 miles in on the safe side...

Aug 07, 2009 | 2001 Mitsubishi Montero Sport 4WD

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Does my 2001 mitsubishi montero sports 3.5v6 needs timing belt replacement?


t belt should be replaced every 60,000 miles,if your montero has 120,000 miles or more,I recommend replacing the tensioner also,remember that you have to remove all of the front of engine cover,so it would be a good time to maybe replaced the engine seals and drive belts since everything is taken off at this time

Aug 04, 2009 | 2001 Mitsubishi Montero

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Shuddering going uphill 2001 mitsubishi montero sport


Most likely you have a misfire, I'd be surprised if it didnt turn on the check engine light. It may be a coil or sparkplg problem.
Do this this. With your foot on the brake hard and the ebrake on put the car in gear and rev the car up a bit. What your doing is putting a load on the engine to see if it shutters. If it does it points to a coil issue usually or it just may be time plugs and wires

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It is the head gasket. Have that replaced and you will be fine. You have an air leak. I was told by the mechanic at mazda that the anti freeze eats away at the gaskets. CRAZY, but it works. I still have an issue with my 2001 Tribute revving while in park. Its always something.

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From what I have been reading online... The upper and middle manifold MUST be removed to get to the spark plugs to change them. 3 hour job minimum. should cost between $300 and $500.

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