This information can be found in your owner's manual. Don't have one get one. Dealer or salvage yard is a source. That just means that the transmission is in AT mode, press the "AT mode" button on the dash and it will magically disappear. what does AT mode do? it statr your xnsmission on second gear. why? to waist more gas. The HOLD(AT) mode is useful when you are driving on wet/slick paved roads keeps me from burning out when the car hops from first to second gear. I use 4WD when I am on gravel roads to do the same thing. Just don't use 4WD on pavement its not good for your SUV.
You have it in AT Mode. Push the AT button on your dash and it will turn off.
i need to know how many miles per gallon does a 1999 mitsubishi montero sport
Open the hood to the engine compartment. Take hold of the headlight light bulb connector. Push the connector in and turn it at the same time. The headlight light bulb will come out. Reverse the process to install the new light bulb.
It holds 19.5 gallons.
My 2000 has it too. Haven't tried it to see if a 'hold' light lights up, but the owner's manual also says something about this light. It's called an A/T mode change switch. In the book, they only repeated the info about the light. http://www.mitsubishi-forums.com/t3671-rvr-a-t-switch.htm I have a 2001 Mits Montero Sport, and I have found that when you are climbing a grade, your 'automatic transmission' will automatically downshift when pressing the accelerator to the floor. If you don't want it to shift on it's own, use the A/T button to hold your transmission in the gear you want it. A hold light will illuminate on your dashboard underneath the speedometer if the A/T light has been depressed. Hope this helps!
There is 3 clips that hold the windshield molding on each side. Check to make sure that they are holding the trim in place. If they are broken you can order them from your dealer or from a glass shop.
Disconnect the battery. Loosen and remove the serpentine belt. Unscrew the bolts that hold the alternator in place and remove it. Disconnect the wires that still hold the alternator to the vehicle. Connect the new alternator to the wires and screw it back in place. Replace the serpentine belt.
According to the 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Owner Guide : (17.5 U.S. gallons / 66.2 litres )
Close all doors,turn your key 1/4 towards ignition,press and hold the flashing red alarm light for 5 seconds and this should disarm the system.
Open the tail gate...you need to remove 2 screws that hold the tail light cover. The cover is also held in place by a couple of snap on fasterners so you need to pull the cover outward to take it off.
In the front wheel well there are platic screw latches that hold wheel well coul in place. Remove the front ones to gain access to side marker light compartment.
My 2001 Mitsu Monty Sport also had the HOLD light come on. What does it mean? I'm afraid to call Mitsu because every visit somehow costs >$1000! Press the button on the dashboard "A/T Mode" changeover switch, which switches the driving mode between Normal and Hold. From the Owner's Manual: "Select the "HOLD" mode when starting your vehicle on a road surface slippery from snow or the like, and the vehicle will start smoothly...other than "L" position, the vehicle starts in second gear." BTW, red brake light is probably the emergency brake light switch, which might just need cleaning or adjustment.