Mitsubishi Montero Blown Head Gasket → Symptoms, Causes, and Cost

  One of the most common critical engine problems is the blown head gasket. If your Mitsubishi Montero has blown its head gasket, you may find it running poorly or not at all.  Below you’ll find the symptoms, causes, and price of a Mitsubishi Montero head gasket. A head gasket’s job is to create a … Read moreMitsubishi Montero Blown Head Gasket → Symptoms, Causes, and Cost

Mitsubishi Montero Troubleshooting: Shakes When Braking

  If you find your Mitsubishi Montero‘s steering wheel shakes or vibrates when you press the brakes, it is almost always the brake rotors that are the cause of the problem.  There are plenty of other issues that can cause the steering wheel to wobble.  But, if your Montero is only shaking when braking, that’s … Read moreMitsubishi Montero Troubleshooting: Shakes When Braking

Mitsubishi Montero: Bad Spark Plugs → Symptoms and Diagnosis

Bad spark plugs can cause many problems with your Mitsubishi Montero.  Bad spark plug symptoms may be subtle, or incredibly noticeable. The basic design and task of the spark plug has changed little over the last 100 years.  They sit on top of the combustion chamber and ignite the air/fuel mixture and start the power … Read moreMitsubishi Montero: Bad Spark Plugs → Symptoms and Diagnosis

Mitsubishi Montero P0155: O2 Sensor – Heating Element Failed (Bank 2 – Sensor 1)

P0155 is a very common OBDII code that occurs in the Mitsubishi Montero. It is caused by a failure in one of the oxygen sensors heated elements, specifically bank 2 sensor 1. The purpose of the heated element in the oxygen sensor is to quickly bring your O2 sensor up to normal operating temperature after … Read moreMitsubishi Montero P0155: O2 Sensor – Heating Element Failed (Bank 2 – Sensor 1)

Mitsubishi Montero P0154: O2 Sensor → No Activity Detected Bank 2 Sensor 1

  P0154 is a relatively common trouble code. It’s generic, which means that it has the same meaning for any vehicle with OBDII (Mitsubishi Montero or not). It means that the PCM/ECM is not detecting any activity from the sensor. There can be many reasons for this code to throw. These include a bad o2 … Read moreMitsubishi Montero P0154: O2 Sensor → No Activity Detected Bank 2 Sensor 1

Mitsubishi Montero P0151: O2 Sensor Low Voltage (Bank 2 -Sensor 1)

P0151 is a general OBDII code that occurs in many automobiles, including the Mitsubishi Montero. It’s letting you know that there is an issue with the wiring/harness going to the sensor, or the sensor itself is bad. There are also some less likely problems that can cause P0151. We’ll go over those below. Bank 2 is … Read moreMitsubishi Montero P0151: O2 Sensor Low Voltage (Bank 2 -Sensor 1)

Mitsubishi Montero P0150: O2 Sensor Circuit Malfunction (Bank 2 -Sensor 1)

P0150 is a very common OBDII code that occurs in the Mitsubishi Montero. It is typically caused when the Oxygen Sensor voltage is not within normal operating conditions. Mitsubishi Montero P0150 Symptoms Typically, the only symptom of P0150 is going to be the service engine soon light. In some cases, there can be other symptoms … Read moreMitsubishi Montero P0150: O2 Sensor Circuit Malfunction (Bank 2 -Sensor 1)

Mitsubishi Montero P0740: Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Malfunction

P0740 is one of the most common transmission trouble codes. It means that the Montero‘s computer has detected that there is an issue with the torque converter clutch (TCC) solenoid circuit.     P0740: Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Malfunction   The TCC “locks” the drivetrain, which allows for a true mechanical connection between the transmission … Read moreMitsubishi Montero P0740: Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Malfunction

Mitsubishi Montero P0330: Knock Sensor ” Bank 2″ – Circuit Malfunction

  P0330 is a powertrain OBDII trouble code that has the same meaning for the Mitsubishi Montero as it would any other vehicle. By definition, it means that the vehicles ECM/PCM isn’t getting the proper signal from the knock sensor. Clearing this code typically requires a new knock sensor. The second most common cause is … Read moreMitsubishi Montero P0330: Knock Sensor ” Bank 2″ – Circuit Malfunction