1992 montero . 3.0 eng.turned off engine. would not restart. Has no fire coming out of plug wires. Replaced moduele and coil. Checked fuses under hood. All good.
Any ideas as to where to go from here would be very helpful.
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Nov 2, 2011 - Uploaded by aaron1969lopez
Im not sure what is causing me to have trouble starting myMontero Sport. ... 2001 Mitsubishi Montero Sport ...
Hi, you need to ground pin 1 of diagnostic pin, turn the engine to on and watch check engine light. It will flash a code (long long short short short = 23). The code will tell where the problem may be.
Installing New Spark Plug Wires Is Simple, Especially Of One Wire Is Replaced At A Time. Compare The Length Of The Old Wire With The Length Of The New Wire. Replace Each Wire With One Of Equal Length.Make Sure The New Wire Is Fully Attached On The Plug And In The Distributor Or Coil Module.
Spark Plug Wire Replacement Is More Complicated If All The Wires Are Removed At Once.Then You Must Use The Engine Firing Order And Cylinder Numbers To Route Each Wire Correctly.
Take some time to check the compression in all of the cylinders; make sure there all up to spec. Other are may be fuel delivery too. As it is a 1992 (I'm guessing a 3.0 liter as it would be here in the USA) the injectors may be getting tired too. You can take a listening device and, while the engine is running, place it against the injectors. You should hear a slight click as the injector opens/closes; this will increase with the engine RPMs. I must warn though even if you hear the click the injector may not be getting proper fuel delivery or spray which too will lead to a miss or poor engine firing.
I hope this may have helped (from an owner with a 1990 Montero with 280K miles on her)