Question about 2000 Mitsubishi Montero Sport
4x4 not working
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Despite all the great info, no one told the guy how to find his vacuum line.
Posted on Sep 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
Hi, you will probably have to take to mitsubishi dealer and have them scan diagnostics....but sounds like the o ring has busted in transfer case. will it shift in and out of 4wheel drive? If not don't drive it...it will cause alot of damage.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
The 4WD center diff light will flash when there is a vacuum malfunction in the front axle activating solenoid.
If this is happening, you likely have a bad Freewheel solenoid pack, they fail very regularly due to their location. Is is located on the passenger side fenderwell below the airbox; it is a pack of two solenoids with 6 hoses coming off of it.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
SOURCE: 2001 montero sport looking for
The P0403 code represents a problem with the Exhaust Gas Recirculation Solenoid or circuit.Below is the chart that explains and directs us to where the problem may exist.
Since there are a number of components or wires that can be at fault for this code,I feel it is not going to be something that we should attempt to diagnose via long distance. You may wish to check the basic wiring and vacuum supply to the solenoid, but if you find that the ECM is at fault, you will want to have this type of problem backed up by a good part and labor warranty.
Most solenoids need about 20 ohms or slightly higher resistance on the primary winding circuits to function correctly.
Below is a technical service bulletin I have located on your vehicle, It may or may not be related to your current problem. I simply wanted you to have it.
TSB Revision: TSB-06-13-012
DATE: September, 2006
MODEL: See below
EGR SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING
- SERVICE MANUAL REVISION
This bulletin contains additional troubleshooting procedures for the vacuum controlled EGR system on the affected vehicles.
Write the TSB revision number of this bulletin in the "TSB Revision" box at the bottom of the affected service manual pages.
1995-1996 Mirage 1.5L and 1.8L (California emissions only)
1996 Mirage 1.5L and 1.8L (Federal emissions only)
1997-2002 Mirage 1.5L and 1.8L
2003-2006 Lancer 2.0L
2003-2006 Lancer Evolution
1996 Galant 2.4L
1997-1998 Galant 2.4L (Federal emissions only)
1999-2003 Galant 2.4L and 3.0L
1995-1999 Eclipse/Eclipse Spyder 420A and 2.0L Turbo
1996-1999 Eclipse/Eclipse Spyder 2.4L
2000-2005 Eclipse/Eclipse Spyder 2.4L and 3.0L
1996-1999 3000GT 3.0L
1996 Diamante 3.0L
1997-2004 Diamante 3.5L
1996 Montero 3.0L 12 valve
1996 Montero 3.0L 24 valve (Federal emissions only)
1996 Montero 3.5L
1997-2000 Montero 3.5L (Federal emissions only)
2001-2002 Montero 3.5L
1997-1999 Montero Sport 2.4L (Federal emissions only)
1997-1998 Montero Sport 3.0L (Federal emissions only)
1999-2003 Montero Sport 3.0L
1999-2004 Montero Sport 3.5L
1996 Truck 2.4L
1995 Expo/Expo LRV 1.8L and 2.4L (California emissions only)
1996 Expo/Expo LRV 1.8L and 2.4L (Federal emissions only)
Let me know,if needed further assistance.
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Posted on Sep 11, 2010
SOURCE: transfer case shifter is locked
Mine did the same thing so I removed the center console and then the boot around transfer case shifter and the shifter it self.
This is when I discovered a broken linkage that had wedged itself between the 4L & 4H shafts in the transfer case. I removed the broken parts and reassembled and it will shift between 2H & 4H but not 4L until the broken plastic linkage is replaced. Found your post while lookin for the replacement part so I thought I would try to help. Good Luck
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
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