Depending on the year model, there should be a black resovoir on the passenger side(under the hood). You should use the same type of fluid as your transmission, again depending on the year model.
A 1997 Mitsubishi Montero Sport should have front door speakers that measure 6 3/4 inches. The rear door speakers should measure 6 3/4 inches. The dash speakers should measure 4 inches.
You can add transmission fluid to your 1989 Mitsubishi transmission through the dipstick holder. The dipstick holder should have a bright yellow handle.
You can use any SAE certified automatic transmission fluid in your 1992 Mitsubishi. You should never overfill your automatic transmission fluid.
Should be 4 senors. 3 on driver and 1 on passanger
A slipping transmission on a 2002 Mitsubishi can be caused by low fluid levels. Check the fluid should be the first step in troubleshooting the issue.
unhook the battery for about 10 min. should reset
http://www.partsamerica.com/ProductList.aspx?PartType=301&PTSet=A this should help
under the back seat.. lift up seat and move the carpet it should be in the middle
If it's the same 3.0L engine they put in the 2001 Montero Sport, the alternator is (looking from the front of the engine into the bay) located on the left side of the motor, toward the radiator, down low. It's straight below the power steering pump. There should be a belt that runs from the crankshaft to the alternator. Good luck... I'm on my third in 3 months.
read the dipstick, it may be printed on it. also, to be sure look at a manual from the library or buy one from the parts store... I also use the Lucas tran additive when servicing trannys dave And, manual says
You can call your local firestone (or any other dealer) they should have a book that they can give you the specs from.
thats your 4 wheel drive selector. yes. dont fool with it.
nope the transmission shifts not the engine
It's the fluid inside the transmission that lubricates the gears and allows the transmission to function properly. It should be replaced with Diamond SPT III transmission fluid.
there should be a drain plug on all radiators on the bottom of radiator on either bottom corner or possibly in middle on bottom
Depends on how hard the vehicle has been worked, but Mitsubishi service manual says the Timing Belt should be changed at 100,000 miles.
The pin in the auto-tensioner slid right out with no resistance. I also measured the auto-tensioner piston runout at 0.17" with a caliper...right where it should be.
Some do not have a filter. check with transmission shop they should be able to tell you
It's saying that something is wrong with your air bag. The light should come on briefly when you start the engine then go out.
the brake resevior should be located on the driver side against the firewall,clear round cylinder with a white lid ,about 4 inches in diameter
Lots of lines, circle's etc.... They should have a manual available at your local dealer for such detailed information.
Try your local autoparts store, the should carry a drain plug for the '01. If they do not then ask about a universal drain plug kit.