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Where is the crank sensor located on 1999 montero sport

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Crankshaft position sensor A (24x) is behind the crankshaft pulley.

Crankshaft position sensor B (7x) is on the lower back side of the engine block.

Posted on May 13, 2014

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SOURCE: O2 Sensor defect

MR988905 costs $300+

SNG O2 sensor is just below $100

they may claim being made with the same quality and both are tagged "direct fit" for easy installation.

its just my idea, good luck.

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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SOURCE: is it possible to adjust a throttle position sensor on a 2000 montero sport?

when your vehical throws a code and you replace the defective part, you must clear the code or the ecm will still recognize it as an active code.

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

SOURCE: Warning light for 4-wheel drive

I had this problem on my 1995 Montero. The 4-wheel-drive indicator lights wouldn't stop blinking when I switched from 4-wheel drive to 2-wheel drive. It turns out that I had a slow leak in one of the front tires. After I fixed the leak and made sure the pressure was the same in both front tires, the problem went away. 
This made sense to me because if one tire is much lower in pressure, it's closer to the ground, i.e. has a smaller radius, and therefore rotates more quickly. The manual says to drive in a straight line when disengaging 4-wheel drive but with the lower tire pressure on one side it was the equivalent of driving in a circle. 
You could try checking your tire pressures and see if that makes a difference. Hope this helps. 

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

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SOURCE: 1999 Mitsuishi Montero sport 2H shift light flashing

Bad 4wd position sensor located on transfer case or bad sensor located on right front axle housing for 4wd engagement position.

Posted on Mar 29, 2009

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Posted on Jul 09, 2009

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Where is the crankshaft position sensor located on the 2002 Mitsubishi Montero sport xls 3.5 truck.


Hi David, The link below is how to test the crank sensor (1997-2004 3.0l Montero, Hope this helps......CHEERS
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