Car Fuses and Wiring
Jeep Cherokee Sport
Mitsubishi Montero, Pajero, and Shogun

How do you replace the alternator on a 1998 Mitsubishi Montero Sport?


Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
2007-11-01 03:02:38
2007-11-01 03:02:38

I hope that i can be of help. I had to replace my alternator. First remove the positive and the negative cables from battery. Take time to look at manner inwhich the belt is woven around the alternator and the pulley, it will have to go back on the same way. Remove the air intake nozzle by removing the 2-10mm bolts on the radiator support. Remove the electrical plug from the back of the alternator. squeeze white clip down with small flat bladed screwdriver and then squeeze the dark gray clip, I found it easier to remove after the belt and bolts were removed. There are two bolts that are holding on the alternator. The top one is a 14mm and the bottom one is a 12mm. The belt tensioner is located between the alternator and the crank pulley. You need to jack up the front of the vehicle and remove the splash pan (4-14mm bolts). Look up and you will see a hex headed bolt on the bottom of the tensioner pulley. Again, 14mm, a little awkward, but a socket and extentsion will clear the lines. Back off generously and you will have enough slack to remove the belt. When replacing, put the top bolt first, then the bottom. Belt back on, double check for alignment, and then go underneath and tighten the bolt to the tensioner until snug, not too tight. The other two belts on this engine all remove and tighten with the same proces. Once you have the correct tension reattach battery cables.


Related Questions

how do u replace a thermostat on a 2000 mitusbishi montero sport

In order to replace your alternator, you will first need to remove the old one. Check your owners manual for the location and a guide on how to remove.

How do you replace the computer on a 2000 montero sport

How to replace wiper motor on a 1998 montero sport mitsubishi

replace it just like any car battery

No but you can make one from aluminum flashing or from aluminum duct.

How do u take out the radio on a 1999 mitsubishi montero sport ls

The Mitsubishi Montero Sport offers 16 miles to the gallon in the city. The Montero Sport also offers 21 miles to the gallon on the highway.

how do i remove radio from 98 montero sport for #

How to change a starter on a 1998 montero sport

replace the 16" wheels and tires with 12" wheels from a golf cart

who do you set a timing on a 2001 Mitsubishi montero

where is the port to add freon in a 1997 mitsubishi montero sport

how do you replace the starter on a 2001 montero sport?

To disable the alarm on the Mitsubishi Montero sport without the alarm key you have to open the door. Otherwise it is not possible.

"The mitsubishi montero sport requires 255/70R16. To get these, it is best to contact a licensed authorized dealer which can purchase them and install them for you."

How do you unlock door of 2001 Mitsubishi montero sport without a key

Distributorship of 1994 Montero can be located in most Mitsubishi car dealers worldwide. Montero is a popular sport utility vehicle of Mitsubishi.

The 2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport in LS trim is 4WD. However, the XLS and LTD trims such are 2WD.

manifold differential pressure sensor montero sport 3.0

i need to know how many miles per gallon does a 1999 mitsubishi montero sport

Fuse control the alternator is in engine compartment fuse box reads 100 amp and to find out alternator is good or bad disconnect your ground cable when SUV running .after disconnected and not running just kills motor down, alternator is bad .precaution do not let the ground touch the positive post cable will short your alternator needs to be replace...... hope this helps good luck Montero sports fans.

There aren't headlight covers, it all one unit. One of my lens was cracked and I had to replace the whole unit.

Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.