Question about 2000 Mitsubishi Montero Sport
When start the car all the lights are blinking i replesed the battry, when i remover the battry cable, stop the blinking. battry is new alternetar charge 14.5v
NEVER remove the battery cable when the engine is running. It can damage the alternator and a lot of other electronics on the vehicle. The alt will go to the full charge mode. Most all of the dash warning lighs shut off thru a circuit that goes to the alternator. Check your wiring for loose connectors or a grounding wire.
Posted on Dec 31, 2013
Try removing the negative (black) terminal from the battery for 10-15 seconds then reconnect. This should powercycle the electronics.
Posted on Jun 09, 2014
Use a code reader to reset the CPU program as it may have become corrupted from not having a battery in place.
Posted on Dec 31, 2013
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the kick panel just beside the left foot rest on the driver's side.
2) Locate blue wires.
3) Locate black connector. Hold it notch up.
4) With ignition off, insert one of the wires into top row, 2nd pin from left.
5) Turn key to on position, but do not start the car.
6) Watch blinky check engine light on dashboard. Count blinks. Long blinks = 10, Short blinks = 1.
7) Keep watching blinky light until you get mesmorized.
To clear codes (after problem has
1) With engine off, stick the blue wires to 1st and 2nd pin in the top row counting from left on the
connector, with notch facing up.
2) Start car. Shut off car. Remove pins.
3) Read codes to make sure they are clear. No codes = steady blinks at 1/4 second intervals. yhis is for the 94, 92 should be the same. have a good day !!
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