Question about 1995 Mitsubishi Montero
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Key stuck in the ignition
Well the radio code is an anti-theft issue. you have to take it to the dealership and they get your VIN number and they will retrieve the serial number to your radio. With that they can look up your code. It will cost at least $75 dollars.
Make sure they connect it back up correctly because then if you live in climates that reach under 20 degrees your radio will shut off. or when hit a bump in the winter your radio will shut off and you have to enter the code everytime it goes off.
I have an '01 montero sport XLS. Battery died and I had to experience this the hard way.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
SOURCE: what can it be
I have both a Stealth, and a 3000GT, so I guess you could say that know a bit about the platform. this sounds like one of three possible things.
If the starter solenoid isn't even clicking, I am leaning heavily towards either a completely disconnected trigger wire, or a bad starter. If it is clicking, then it is most likely click click start
click click start occurs because Mitsu, in their infinite wisdom put a wire to the starter (the trigger wire) which was BARELY sized large enough to carry enough current to activate the solenoid on the starter, over time, and corrosion, the wire becomes too thin to carry enough current, so it does not fully engage the solenoid... the solution is to install a relay at the starter so the trigger wire closes the circuit in the relay from the hot power side of the relay to the trigger. The hot power side of the relay is ALWAYS on, and the wire is big enough to carry enough amperage. Thats the way I did it, you can also put the relay up by the battery, here are instructions for doing it this way, personally, I like the relay down tie-wrapped to the starter myself.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
sounds like you have an ignition problem, check the ignition fuse under the hood sounds like the fuse is blown, if that dosent work check your starter solinoid
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
SOURCE: WHAT IS A IGNITION SWITCH?
Ignition switch is the one you want. It contains the "contacts" that have separated from the housing.
The cylinder switch is only the key part and not the electrical contacts part.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
SOURCE: 100A battery fuse blown?
They more than likely shorted out your 100a link fuse by grounding out your alt cable while replacing it. Sounds like they didn't disconnect the battery before hand. Your car has an idle program which it re-learns every time you lose power, or in your case, turn off the switch. You need to replace this fuse or your car will not charge.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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