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Transmission 1999 Mitsubishi Montero Sport LS. Won't change out of first gear.

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You need to get it to a shop...sounds like the transmission is trying to go out

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1999 Mitsubishi Montero Sport speedometer isn't working. Replaced speed sensor and the output sensor. Also it's not shifting until driven for about 15 minutes and then it starts to shift normal.


I have the same shifting problems with 3 Toyotas.
I have not found a cure, but here is a suggestion.
Likely the slow shifting is sticking valves or pistons in the transmission.
Try to have the transmission serviced, by changing the fluid and the filter, if it has one.
I should recommend you go to a "highly spoken of " local transmission shop.
I have had really bad results with national brands, who are very determined to overhaul your transmission for a few thousand dollars.
Ask your local shop about the speedometer problem.
God bless your efforts.

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Where the transmission sensor range of 1999 Mitsubishi Montero Sport is located ?


On the side of transmission

Range Sensor/Gear Selector/shift lever

Dec 08, 2014 | 1999 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

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I have a 1999 mitsubishi montero sport ls with an automatic transmission. the transmission is stuck in low gear and you must drive it approx. 5-6 miles before the transmission starts shifting properly


have the autobox fluid level checked , as the age of vehicle is 15 years i would have the fluid changed unless you know for sure its been changed in the last 20k miles

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2003 Mitsubishi Montero (Not Sport) vehicle won't engage.


You most likely have a failed transmission and it will need to be removed and rebuilt or replaced with a remanufactured unit.

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I have an 98 montero sport ls v6 3.0 auto 4x4. It starts up good and runs great but it won't shift out of 2nd gear! Sometimes it may take a few seconds to kick into 1st gear after I've taken off...


Probably the oil filter is blocked.
Warm it all up with a 30-45 minute drive & then change the oil in the gearbox whilst it's still hot. Make sure you also change or thoroughly clean the gearbox oil filter at the same time.
After that you're looking at the tension bands & the dog-clutches, which are a specialist mechanics job.

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How many quarts are needed of transmission fluid for Mitsubishi Montero sport 97


Hi,
You need about 3.5 quarts or until the filing hole drips when putting the gear oil. SAE 90W is required, add some aftermarket lubricant additive for best result.
Hope that helps you!

Aug 08, 2011 | 1999 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

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Montero Sport, Automatic transmission fluid change


Ok, Mobil atf is more of a universal fluid, where Mitsubishi atf would be specifically formulated to be used in their products. Personally I would use the Mitsubishi as it is brand specific, but you can use either one with more than likely no problems.

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Factory installed alarm won´t deactivate


Open the door insert key in ignition. turn to on

Now hold down the red button which should be flashing, untill silent

this will deactivate the alarm.


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