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What is the size of caliper mounting pins in 2003 Mitsubishi Montero sport front brakes

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SOURCE: on a 2003 mitsubishi montero sport w/ 3.0 v6 a/c belt squeals

Your belt is loose (and it just needs tightening) or it is worn and needs to be replaced. It may look ok but they glaze over; all the little ridges get shinny and slip.

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 Mitsubishi Montero Sport Cargo Compartment Dome Light

check the fuse box on the driver side of the car underneath the dash near the door the fuse is probably blown

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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SOURCE: how to remove front brake rotor on 1999 mitsubishi montero sport?

6290230.gif Here's an exploded view, you'll need to pop off the grease cap #6 then remove the snap ring #8 to get the hub off to get the rotor off. Hope it is of some help...pictures always are.

Posted on Dec 18, 2009

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SOURCE: How to install 2001 mitsubishi

The o-ring goes onto the top caliper bolt.

Posted on Nov 21, 2010

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SOURCE: My tail lights work just

Could be the brake light switch that is activated when you push the brake pedal. It is usually located by the brake pedal. When the pedal is up it pushes the switch in, no power to brake light. W HEN YOU PRESS PEDAL, SWITHCH BUTTON COMES OUT SENDING POWER TO BRAKE LIGHTS. CHECK THIS SWITCH FIRST.

Posted on Nov 26, 2010

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I need to know how the front bearings look for a 2002 montero sport


YOU HAVE 2 BEARINGS INNER AND OUTER BEARING IN HUB.YOU NEED TO REMOVE BRAKE CALIPER THEN REMOVE GREASE CAP.STRAIGHTEN THE BEND COTTER PIN THEN REMOVE COTTER PIN.THEN LOOSEN REMOVE ADJUSTING NUT AND WASHER FROM END OF THE SPINDLE.PULL THE HUB OUT SLIGHTLY THEN PUSH IT BACK INTO ORIGINAL POSITION. THIS WILL FORCE THE OUTER WHEEL BEARING OFF THE SPINDLE ENOUGH SO YOU CAN REMOVE IT.PULL THE HUB OFF THE SPINDLE.USE A SCREW DRIVER TO PRY THE GREASE SEAL OUT OF THE REAR OF THE. HUB AS THIS IS DONE NOTE HOW THE SEAL IS INSTALLED.THEN REMOVE THE INNER WHEEL BEARING FROM THE HUB.

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How do i take the pins out of the rear brake caliper on a 2000 mitsubishi montero sport so that i can replace the pads. The Pins go through the pads


you should remove the wire that's holding them together. just be careful not to break them for they are fragile. afterwards you can pull them through their heads. I hope this helps

Aug 13, 2011 | 2000 Mitsubishi Montero

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I have a 2003 montero sport and the breaks are not bleeding right. I have blead them until the fluid is clear and the breaks are still spongy going to the floor board. Any thoughts?


test your master cylinder and calipers and wheel cylinders. raise one or 2 wheels or 4 if you got the equipement, turn the wheels by hand and have an assistant apply the brakes to see which one/ones are defective. when your brake fluid changes color because of contamination, the first contaminent is rubber from the brake system

Jan 24, 2011 | 2003 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

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Need help in replacing front and rear brakes on a 2003 mitsubishi montero full size


Hi there,

The pads are easy to change. You do not need any special tools. If there are no grooves in the rotors I would just put on new pads. Don't get cheap pads or they will squeek. I would strongly suggest that you flush out the old brake fluid. You will be amazed at how brown and gunky the old fluid is. Flushing the fluid regularly will help make your calipers and master cylinder last a long time. I like to use Valvoline Synpower brake fluid, it is a couple bucks more but it is DOT 4.

One last tip. When compressing the brake caliper piston you do not want to push the fluid back up to the system, because you might get some crud into the ABS module. Therefore, when compressing the piston, loosen the bleed screw to let the fluid flow out of the bleed screw.

This is how to get it done:
  • Remove the old fluid from the master cylinder resevior with a turkey baster. Top up master cylinder with fluid.
  • Remove the right rear wheel and bleed/flush the brakes with the old pads on. Top up master cylinder with fluid(important). Remove the caliper, open the bleed screw and compress the piston, close the bleed screw.
  • Install new pad and caliper
  • Bleed again. Top up master cylinder with fluid.
  • Repeat on remaining 4 wheels RR, LR, RF, LF.
Glad to be of help!!!

Jan 21, 2011 | 2003 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

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My tail lights work just fine but my brake light will not light up when my brakes are being used, is it a fuse issue or wiring? 2003 Mitsubishi Montero Sport LS


Could be the brake light switch that is activated when you push the brake pedal. It is usually located by the brake pedal. When the pedal is up it pushes the switch in, no power to brake light. W HEN YOU PRESS PEDAL, SWITHCH BUTTON COMES OUT SENDING POWER TO BRAKE LIGHTS. CHECK THIS SWITCH FIRST.

Nov 26, 2010 | 2003 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

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How do I get the front end rotors off a 2001 Mitsibishi Montero Sport?


take tire off, remove the two bolts on the back side of the brake caliper, remove brake caliper(with a coat hanger/stiff wire suspend caliper for it does not strain the brake line, remove rotor. Hope this helps Tim

Oct 15, 2010 | Mitsubishi Montero Sport Cars & Trucks

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How do I eplace the front rotors on a 1997 Mitsubishi Montero Sport 4wd? Is there a special tool required to remove and replace the rotor and is there an adjustment needed inside the hub?


jack up the car, first break lugs, and remove tire. There are two bolts on the front back side, if it like are endeavor then I compressed the caliper piston and then I had to take apart the caliper as the old pads did not come out, those are the two bolts on each end. then put back on. Once the caliper is off the rotor will come off as it is held on by the caliper. Just be careful with the caliper once it is removed as it is a brake line, you can use a hanger for it does not pull on the line when it is off the rotor. Good Luck Tim

Oct 03, 2010 | 1997 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

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Right side rear brake drags


Remove all rust from pad and caliper sliding surfaces,eg metal to metal,not the pins,they get synthetic brake lube. Apply anti-seize to all sliding surfaces. Make sure you can screw in the rear caliper piston,if applicable, and manually ratchet up the parking brake,after caliper and pads are on. Bleed/Flush all 4 Wheels. Make sure you can slide the pads back and forth,before lubing end tabs. You may need to file a little off the ends or just remove the paint. Make sure parking brake cables are really releasing.

Mar 12, 2010 | 2001 Mitsubishi Montero Sport 4WD

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How to remove front brake rotor on 1999 mitsubishi montero sport?


6290230.gif Here's an exploded view, you'll need to pop off the grease cap #6 then remove the snap ring #8 to get the hub off to get the rotor off. Hope it is of some help...pictures always are.

Dec 16, 2009 | 1999 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

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