Question about 2001 Mitsubishi Montero Sport 4WD
SAMETHING MY CAR AT THE MECHANIC NOW, SAYING ITS IN THE DIFFERENTIAL BEARING, IT WAS IN THE SHOP 2 WEEKS BEFORE , THEY THOUGHT THEY FIX IT , BY MAKING SOME ADJUSTMNETS ,TOOK THE TRANSMISSON APART TWICE, IT WAS MAKING A WHINING NOISE FOLLOWED BY A CLUNK. SO STARTED DRIVING IN 4 WHEEL DRIVE AND IT WOULD JUST WHINE , AND THE LIGHTS WOULD FLASH, INTERMIITED , WHINING NOISE IN 2WD AND IN 4 WHD
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Mitsubishi Montero
I had the same problem as described here ... quoted "sometimes flashing quickly, slowly, or sometimes turning off. The antilock brake light has also come on several times."
and the dealership told me that the electrical conector that goes externally to the gear drive is getting dirty with oil .... two times I sent the car and they told me the same and solved it ... no charges at least but I having the same problem again ... I really want to know where is that electrical conector just to clean it up or put something that avoid dirty or oil get in it again ...
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
SOURCE: I have a 94 mitsubishi
Possible, but any noise should be investigated fully. Start by checking front diff oil, then transfer case oil. Best to just drain both then look for any metal in oil.
Posted on Jul 10, 2011
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