Question about 2000 Mitsubishi Montero Sport
Fuse map comes in the user manual. You can get a copy at the nearest dealer. Service documentation available to technicians list fuses in their respective contest depending on the chapter, and there is no fuse map.
To fix your problem:
Check fuses 5 and 19 in the in-dash fuse box, located below the steering wheel on the driver side (passenger side in some model- check both sides). Below a pic:
Near to the fuse box there is an auxiliary relay box. Check also for fuse 19 in the aux relay box. Here a picture:
If that does not fix the problem, check the mirror fuse and wiring . See Body and Chassis Electrical (from workshop manual).
Posted on Feb 18, 2011
The one under the on the driver's side top fender well is
where one of them is for sure. seems like there is one about where your
left knee is on the inside of the firewall. There is another fuse box up and behind the dash.
I have some pics but dont know if is the right model (click over pic for zoom)...
Additionaly, I have the FSM Montero Sport, if you are interesting, send me one comment with your email account to shared.
Keep in touch.
Posted on Feb 17, 2011
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