My 1999 mitsu full size montero is overheating. the water pump was replaced 16 months ago. the temperature comes down a little when heater is turned on high.the coolant level in the fill tank was low; i filled it but problem re-currs
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There is a website call club3g.
It is basically a forum for people that own 3g mitsubishi eclipse. I'm not sure which engine is in the 2000 montero but there will most likely be a step by step walk through on how to replace a water pump. Most of the solutions there have detailed pictures and good explainations.
Granted this is a forum so you will get good and bad info. Once you get to the site, go to the search bar and put in your engine size(liter) and water pump.
Example- (3.8 water pump)
if your sure the cooling system is full than i wouldn't be surprised if you had a head gasket that has failed.
This would explain the water noise, and overheating.
With the engine cold remove the radiator cap, start the vehicle and let it idle. continue to monitor the coolant level in the radiator. top it off if it gets low. If you see a constant perculation of air bubbles coming out of the radiator than the head gasket is bad.
Sometimes you can also smell the radiator or the overflow. If it smells like exhaust than the head gasket is leaking.
The tire size depends on the vehicle trim level. Below are multiple trim levels and their respective tire sizes.
The best thing to do if the vehicle is available is to inspect the tire sidewall for what the current equipment is. There is also typically a sticker in the driver door jamb, center console or glovebox stating the proper tire size & inflation.