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How do you bypass the heater core on the 1995 Mitsubishi Montero?

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SOURCE: mitsubishi montero radio unlock

I had the same problem after replacing the battery on my Montero. I bought mine used but luckly the pervious owner had written the 4 digit number down in the owners manual. After finding the number, I had to enter it into the radio by using the station preset buttons. If you can't find or don't have it in the owners manual. You will have to get the model and serial numbers off the radio and contact Mitsubishi or another source to obtain the correct code to reset the radio.

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i tried to many codes for the radio lock and now it just says off. how to is fix it?

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SOURCE: Heater core burned out and I want to bypass the coolant hoses.

use a short length of 15mm copper pipe and join the heater pipes together where ther connect to teh heater feed pipes in the engine compartment

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SOURCE: BLOCKED heater core

remove one of the heater core hoses at the bulk head or firewall and loop together where they go to the engine so no coolant goes into cab (through firewall)

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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What are the hoses that are located behind the plenum, and go through the firewall on an '03 Montero Sport 3.0L V6? If they are the heater core hoses, what do they attach to at the lower end?

yes heater core hoses
inlet manifold to internal heater radiator

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The heater doesn't work well, changed the thermostat, but still not working well

The heater core can be plugged. When the engine is hot feel the temperature of both heater hoses when the heater is on. If one is hotter than the other then the core can be plugged or the heater temperature control valve can be faulty

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Mitsubishi montero 2003 leaking anifreeze in the rear

There is a set of two steel pipes that carry coolant/antifreeze to the rear mounted heater core for heater operation. These steel pipes/tubes rust out, and you end up with a coolant leak. Mitsubishi has superceded the steel tubes with aluminum tube set. Not an easy job to replace the two pipes since they are routed over and around a few items under the vehicle before attaching to the heater core at the r/r of the vehicle.

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Mitsubishi montero limited heater blows cold air when idle

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Dec 31, 2011 | Mitsubishi Cars & Trucks

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I put coolant in radiator and I get a/c but my heat doesn't work. I think my heater hose was bypassed by the previous owner. How do I fix the problem?

You should be able to look down in between the motor and the firewall and see if the heater hoses are attached to the heater core. Most of the time when they are bypassed it is because the heater core has started to leak. Instead of replacing the heater core (not a fun or easy job) they just bypass it so they won't leak coolant. So, if it is bypassed your probably looking at replacing the heater core in order to get heat.

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My 1995 Mitsubishi Montero will not turn over. Even tried to jump start. Battery is not dead - wont start by using the screwdriver to bypass starter either. ???

If in factt the battery is truly good and you are unable to get to go by placing a screw driver across the solenoid I'd have to say the solenoid and starter are both failed.

Looks like you'll need to replace.


Jun 30, 2010 | 1995 Mitsubishi Montero

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BLOCKED heater core

remove one of the heater core hoses at the bulk head or firewall and loop together where they go to the engine so no coolant goes into cab (through firewall)

Jun 26, 2009 | 1991 Mitsubishi Montero

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