Forget the ignition switch for now it is most likely not your problem. I assume a no-start.First have assistant turn on headlamps while you observe from front of car. As you observe, have them try to start car. Did the headlamps light? Did they glow less as the car was cranked? No headlamps or dim headlamps whilw cranking indicate a battery, battery connection, battery cables. Clean or replace these. If headlamps were bright then we can look at the starter. Raise vehicle safely, block rear wheels, put in park. Go under car and take a screwdriver and short across the starter terminals. A bad starter will only spark. If we determine starter is bad, remove the negative battery cable. Under car, observe the size of wrenches needed and then remove the 2 or 3 wires on starter, 2 or 3 starter bolts and any brackets that are in the way. Once unbolted, the starter will be easy to remove. Take it to a auto store that tests these free ,just to reconfirm it is bad. Reverse the procedure.
How to change a starter on a 1998 montero sport
who do you set a timing on a 2001 Mitsubishi montero
When it is time to change the brakes on your 2001 Mitsubishi Montero, they will make noises. There could be a grinding or squealing noise that you will hear.
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You have to take off the fender well.
last i heard, 15,000 severe, 30,000 normal.
i think it's every 65,000 miles or so.
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hmmm...maybe you need to change the ignition switch..or the starter..or the altenator...or maybe you need a new battery..I Dont know...if you try to turn it on can you hear the car trying to turn on...if so it could be your altinator or battery....if your engin does not make a noise then it could be the ingnition switch or the starter....or the solution could be as simple as unlocking your stearing wheel.......just pray to GOD its not the ingnition switch or the altinator...because those things are quit expensive!!!!!
the starter is in the back of the moter. frist disconet the battery. the disconet all the wires from the starter. there should be two bolts holding it on. take them off and
we just call manufacture and gave em vin numbers they gave us the code
Check power from your ignition, and power at the starter
check the wiring change the starter relay and clean ignition switch with electicial cleaner.
You will need to remove the tire and wheel from your 2002 Mitsubishi. Remove the brake pad spring. Remove the brake caliper. Reverse the process to install the new brake pads.
You will needs to get a new part and possibly a new filter. A local automotive shop can help you get the parts and install them.
you'll need to pop off the grease cap then remove the snap ring to get the hub off to get the rotor off.
The ignition timing is set by mapping in software inside your engine management computer. You would have to re-map it to change the ignition timing for any specific set of circumstances. It is not adjustable externally.
you hve to pull the upper plentium.i just did it to my 02 3.0montero sport.its a pain, but not to bad if you kno wat your doing.
need to change ignition switch
remove the starter bolts your 12v power supply and ignition wire then remove exhaust bolts from manifold a few twist and turns and out she comes
yes...you may need some special body contorsion.
fue filter can be located at the left rear tyre and you will need a 14 spanner to pull filter and a 10 socket to remove bracket.
The relay is located in the 12 volt ignition wiring harness going to the starter. The small wire on the starter is the ignition switch. The relay is located in the wiring harness. Are you sure the starter solnoide is not bad? When the ignition key is turned to the start location, you should read 14.1 volts going to the starter. If you read 14.1 volts, and the starter does not turn over. Check battery, and cables. Ok, Then replacement of starter is necessary. Starter bolts are 13mm. Brakeline bracket bolt is 15mm. Solnoide bolts are 13mm. Should take no more than 20 minutes to remove starter.Follow the + battery cable either mounted on the inner fender or on top of the starter
That's a first for me. Must have a short in the starter or the relay. I would change the starter relay first, and if the problem is still there, then change the starter. One of them has a short. Or, possible the ign. switch has a short and might give continual contact. Check that first.
In my '86 Park Ave. 3.8 the starter was just behind the bottom of the rad in the front of the car. In my case I could start the car from the starter but not the ignition then later found out it was not enough cranking power in the battery. Remember when lifting your car to change the starter block both back wheels, front-wheel drive will roll,try battery 1st but starter is not too difficult to change.