My Monterro will not go into 4 wheel drive. It has been working well for weeks.

Asked by Dec 11, 2013 at 06:47 AM about the 2001 Mitsubishi Montero Sport 3.5 XS 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

After many days of snow, 12" and frozen highways. it will not go into 4 wheel drive.

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Ditto. Looking for an answer, too, Same problem with Mitsubishi Montero Sport 2000.

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My 08 outlander wouldn't go into 4 wheel drive after working well for 90,000. All lights on dash flashing like pinball machine. To make a long story short I pulled off the road and turned car off. After a few seconds restarted and it has worked like a charm since.

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sounds like something is frozen or theres a blockage somewhere

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Our 2000 Montero Sport would not go into 4wd. Was looking at replacing some sensors on the transfer case but saw a post where someone just changed their transfer case fluid. Thought that was questionable but it was the cheapest and easiest so we did it. 4wd started working again and continued to work for ~9 months. Now the fulcrum ball on the 4wd selector broke and I am working to find a fix.

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