Mitsubishi 3.0L Index of Articles

NOTE: The illustration above applies only to the 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 3.0L Mitsubishi Montero Sport. The spark plugs and spark plug wires for cylinders... [read more]

A failed crankshaft position sensor will cause your 3.0L Mitsubishi Montero to crank but not start. Fortunately, you can test the crank sensor with a simple multimeter to... [read more]

I've had so many folks come up to me and say: "I think the alternator is bad on my car because I disconnected the battery negative (-) terminal with the engine running... [read more]

The mass air flow (MAF) sensor on your 3.0L equipped Mitsubishi Montero can be easily tested with just a multimeter to find out if it has 'kicked the bucket' (or... [read more]

Bench Testing the starter is the most effective way to find out if the starter motor is in fact bad. This is an easy test that you can accomplish yourself without having to... [read more]

There's a good chance that low engine compression in one (or more) cylinders is causing your 3.0L equipped Mitsubishi to misfire (or idle rough). Lack of compression in all... [read more]

This tutorial will help you to test and troubleshoot the ignition coil, the power transistor (ignition control module) and the crankshaft position sensor on the 1990-1994... [read more]

The throttle position sensor on your 1997 thru' 2001 3.0L Mitsubishi Montero is two sensors in one. By this I mean that the TPS assembly has two parts that perform two... [read more]