Question about 2001 Mitsubishi Montero Sport 4WD
Note: Do not confuse Dash warning light A/T with the A/T switch, they are not connected. That warning light indicates the Auto Transmission fluid is overheating.
Normal Mode: - Central position, no warning light showing on dash - Used for a normal, economical, quiet and smooth drive.
Power Mode: - PWR showing on dash (usually off) - Used for faster acceleration, by forcing the engine into a higher RPM mode before gears are changed up.
Hold Mode: - Hold showing on dash (usually off) - For use when moving off, from stationary, on snow or slippery road surfaces. When the gear selector is placed in 'D' position, the vehicle is forced to take off in 2nd gear rather than 1st, to make starting easier, then go into normal mode. This saves having to have the gear selector in 2 then move into D after you get going. It also restrict the maximum revs of the engine to 3000rpm (approx). Note: The Delica Manual states:- "low revs, when under high load will generate more heat in the gearbox. You can flip the A/T switch to any mode whilst driving without taking the vehicle out of gear.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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