Question about 2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

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T came on and the engine stalled out. There was some bottom end noises and i had it towed home 300 miles. I took of oil pan and the oil suction screen was 90% clogged. At the time it overheated there was an oil leakunder engine. Where should I start to fix the problem.

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Oh my gawd, lol. Clean the screen and probably replace head gasket. Have head checked for flatness when removed because these Mitsubishi engines love to warp the heads when baked. Might as well pull the engine and work on it that way. Just go through and look for problems.



90% clogged? with what? I would think the filter would of caught the crap instead of the screen. Did you have the car at a mechanic lately, where they possibly could of done something to provoke that clog? . I have never heard one of them screens clogged up like that, EVER!

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SOURCE: 1995 Mitsubishi Diamante is overheating. Oil

the symptoms are that you have a burnt head gasket, its consuming the water into the cylinders and at the same time it builds combustion pressure in the cooling system causing it to overheat, and when it overheats it makes the oil loose viscosity so you loose oil pressure, i recommend not driving the car any more and the first solution is to replace the burnt gasket, and change your oil, go to a local shop and only do these they probably tell you the engine is worn but the problem is what i told you above, make them replace the thermostat unit yes to be sure good luck

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