Question about Mitsubishi Cars & Trucks
My Mitsubishi dingo had overheat but mecanis said is not only need to change the overheat sensor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If nothing in the cooling system has been touched in the life of the vehicle, you should have the cooling system flushed, new thermostat and new hoses (upper/lower radiator hoses and input/output heater core hoses). A new belt probably wouldn't hurt, but it all depends on the maintenance history of the car.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
I have changed the crankshaft position sensor a few times and I tell you it is no easy task. It requires almost damn near pulling the motor out of the car. The sensor is located under the timing belt behind the underdrive pulley. This will require you to pull everything off the car on that side of the motor including the motor mount so have a jack with a piece of wood ready to support the motor.(First take off your battery cables) Once you remove all components the remove the timing cover, loosen the timing tension pully (be careful of the spring) try not to remove the timing belt or be ready to re-time it. you will see the crankshaft sensor down at the bottom behind the underdrive pulley. Its just two 10mm bolts that are not very easy to remove (be prepared to drop one and retrieve it). Unscrew the bolts and re-assemble everything (the hardest thing for me was tightining the timing pulley) This is the easiest way to do it short of pulling the motor completely out and removing the underdrive pulley which would require re-timing and special tools. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
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