Dear, I have a question? I have a 1998 Mitsubishi Montero Sport 3.0, mileage: 100,000, when I turn the wheels to left or right a can hear a sound (click, click) in the wheel area. Can you tell me what happening, what I need to replace? Thanks a lot for your help. I.P.
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You will need a blanket and a flashlight. One way to get the truck high enough to look under it is to drive either the right side wheels or the left side wheels up onto a curb. Then get under it and look halfway between the end of the transmission and the rear axle pumpkin. A carrier bearing is the round thing about half way between these two. Just a little more information. The carrier bearing is found roughly about the place where the back of the front seat is above you. The carrier bearing is likely the size of a breakfast cereal bow,l, . The pumpkin is the big gear holder exactly in the middle between the rear wheels, and is about the size of a large dinner plate. Your vehicle is old enough to need one if you have not had it replaced yet. These normally will give you some notice of their failure, such as a vibration or noise of some kind, be not in every case. Be blessed.
It also could be the brake rotor rubbing on the caliper pads as you turn, check the brakes before changing the cvu joint if the pad are worn and don't have much meat left replace them the noise may go away.
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