Question about 1997 Mitsubishi Montero Sport
I recommend taking the vehicle to a mechanic to check the oil system. You should not have to put oil into your car that frequently -- it probably has a leak in the system, and fixing that should help you out. While they are checking for leaks, you should also have them take a look at your oil pump -- if your pressure is always low, you probably have a weak pump that needs replacement (or the pump itself might be where you are losing the oil -- which would mean a new pump would keep you from losing oil as well as help stop the ticking and the pressure problem. You can probably go to a junk yard and get a used oil pump pretty cheap -- if you are confident in your skills, you should be able to replace it (probably for less money than having a mechanic look at it) so this might be a good first step. If that does not solve the issue, take it in for a check-up. If your oil system fails while you are on the road, you can ruin your engine and end up costing yourself a lot of money in the long run.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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