Question about 2007 Mitsubishi L-200 2.5
L200 cruise control isn't working power light isn't illuminated on control, can't find blown fuse (am i looking in the right place)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: can not find the right fuse
I don't know if this will be the same as our 2003 Montero, but I saw this when looking for a solution to our problem and thought I would mention it. The fuse for the dome light in our Montero is in the fuse box under the hood, next to the battery. It also had a weird yellow box around that fuse and another. I finally figured out that if you pull up very ******* the yellow box around those two fuses that it will lift partially up and you can get the fuse out (had to use pliers to get a good enough grip to pull it up first time). If yours is the same, you'll understand when you see it.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
Hi, this is caused by a few things. It might be that the 4x4 switches on the transfer case are sticky or you do not have sufficient vacuum on the front diff actuator which is caused by a hole in one of the vacuum pipes or the vacuum solenoids not operating correctly. You can test the vacuum solenoids with your finger. Start the vehicle and pull off the vacuum pipes connected to the top of the vacuum solenoids. When 2wd is selected you should have vacuum on one solenoid and when 4wd is selected the vacuum should change to the other solenoid.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
iv only st come on here and seen this post i know exactly what this problem is. it's the waste gate in the turbo gets full of carbon and then over boosts itself and put on the engine management light and when you turn the key on and off it resets it. so what you have to do id take the turbo off and clean out the waste gate which is on the exhaust side and that will get rid of all your problems and the better you clean it out the longer it will last.
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
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