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Removal oil pan from mitsubsihi montero sport

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SOURCE: How to change horn on 1998 montero sport

Just changed my horns on my 98 Montero Sport and come to find out it was the horn relay. The horn relay is located near your power steering resivour its a small black square you will see some electrical lines running to it. Give it a couple taps and then try out your horn again. If that dosnt work your horns are located right behind your turn signals on your front bumper, they are circluar 3in and golden colored. You can get dealer ship replacement horns for 30 plus dollars or go to a autozone or advance auto and get aftermarket ones

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If this is a 3.0 liter V6 the oil pump is driven directly by the crankshaft. This pump is located directly behind the timing belt sprocket on the crank. To access it you'll have to remove bolts from the front portion of the oil pan and remove, for the most part, everything off the lower front portion of the motor. If you feel comfortable a good shade-tree mechanic you should be able to do this, expect a full weekend though. While doing this go ahead and replace timing belt and belt tensioner too. In truth I can't imagine this pump failing. They are very simple yet very rugged. Are you able to put another gauge on a oil line to test true oil pressure? Curious to what problems you are having?

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Tom

Posted on Apr 25, 2010

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SOURCE: 95 mitsubishi montero 3.0,when removeing

Yes, when removing the oil sump or pan, you have to re screw out the small bolts not fogetting the two engine moutings also must be free that you can lift the engine alittle up, doing that you will be safe from braking the oil strainer.

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SOURCE: how to remover the oil pan on a 2001 3.5 4wd montero sport

As i remember it is qiut difficult .Either you have to remove front differential assy or rise up the whole engine.

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How to remover the oil pan on a 2001 3.5 4wd montero sport


As i remember it is qiut difficult .Either you have to remove front differential assy or rise up the whole engine.

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You will have to get under the vehicle and find the oil pan directly under the engine. On the oil pan you will locate the bolt to drain the oil pan. They usually are at the lowest point on the oil pan so that all the oil is drained from the pan when removed.

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Take a look at the transmission oil pan. If you see two drain plugs than you have the trans without the dipstick. One of the plugs is actually the drain plug. The other one is the fill plug. More often than not When you go to remove the fill plug the nut on the inside of the pan breaks free from the pan casing the plug to just turn. The norm is to have to replace the pan anytime a service or fill is needed. If you have the trans with a dipstick than you can add the fluid through the dipstick tub with a small funnel.

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check oil pan gasket or just tighten bolts around the oil pan also check the valve cover gasket also tighten them it can also come from the front crank shaft seal

Mar 21, 2011 | 2000 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

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Oil pump not raing pressure


If this is a 3.0 liter V6 the oil pump is driven directly by the crankshaft. This pump is located directly behind the timing belt sprocket on the crank. To access it you'll have to remove bolts from the front portion of the oil pan and remove, for the most part, everything off the lower front portion of the motor. If you feel comfortable a good shade-tree mechanic you should be able to do this, expect a full weekend though. While doing this go ahead and replace timing belt and belt tensioner too. In truth I can't imagine this pump failing. They are very simple yet very rugged. Are you able to put another gauge on a oil line to test true oil pressure? Curious to what problems you are having?

Thanks,
Tom

Apr 23, 2010 | 1999 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

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