Question about Mitsubishi Cars & Trucks
1999 Montero Sport LS 3.0 V6 Not going above 4000 rpm when driving at the beginning.
I have the same shifting problems with 3 Toyotas.
I have not found a cure, but here is a suggestion.
Likely the slow shifting is sticking valves or pistons in the transmission.
Try to have the transmission serviced, by changing the fluid and the filter, if it has one.
I should recommend you go to a "highly spoken of " local transmission shop.
I have had really bad results with national brands, who are very determined to overhaul your transmission for a few thousand dollars.
Ask your local shop about the speedometer problem.
God bless your efforts.
Posted on Dec 13, 2016
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