Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by septicman, Dec 24, 2006.

  1. septicman

    septicman Guest

    Thanks in advance to those willing to help ! I would be glad to call
    if that would speed the help up some, just send me a private email and
    let me know when to call, etc..

    Apparently no spark at all. Replaced the entire distributor (no parts
    available anywhere for it), replaced the engine computer, swapped the
    power transistor, coil wire and coil from my 89 Montero, no luck.

    One morning it just would not start. Both the original and replacement
    (used) computer barely make the voltmeter move (it used to move a lot
    when I did diagnostic tests years ago--yes the voltmeter, analog with a
    big display, works fine).

    Is this a known issue-problem with these vehicles and/or this engine
    and/or this model year?

    septicman, Dec 24, 2006
  2. septicman

    Larry Crites Guest

    Who made the Montero? I'm sure it wasn't Chrysler.

    Behold Beware Believe
    Larry Crites, Dec 24, 2006
  3. septicman

    septicman Guest

    Mitsubishi, and lots of Chrysler products have this same Mitsubishi
    septicman, Dec 25, 2006
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