Question about 2001 Mitsubishi Montero Sport 4WD
It seems like there are four bolts built into the reinforcement peice that attach to the frame. I have nuts off the top two, but I can't figure out how to get the bottom two loose. I can't tell if they are bolts or alignment pins. I can't see/get to nuts on the back of them.
SOURCE: front alignment
You cannot/should not attempt to adjust alignment without having an alignment machine at hand. There are many settings related to wheel alignment: Toe, camber, caster, scrub, thrust angle. Usually, shims are needed for caster modifications, for toe you need to rotate the tie rods, etc... Every different model has a different setup. With the relatively low cost of a 4 wheel professional alignment today, I would not recommend attempting this yourself. Whatever money you save you'll pay triple or more in tire wear, and soon enough.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
Bad 4wd position sensor located on transfer case or bad sensor located on right front axle housing for 4wd engagement position.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
SOURCE: check engine light
this light is warning you of a serious issue concerning a failed sensor in the engine. you will need to run this vehicle in the nearest dealership for a diagnostic scan on the ecm/pcm device. this scan will give detailed info on the location of the problem and how to fix it. this scan cpu will also reset the light and it will shut off once the issue is fixed.
If you just want to shut the light off, you can just pull the battery post for a minute. this will reset the ecm but, if the issue is not fixed, the light will come back on in the coming days.
Posted on May 22, 2009
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