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Mitsubishi Montero & Montero Sport This sport utility vehicle offers more size than the other Mitsubishi SUVs, but manages to keep a sporty look and comfortable feel, unlike many larger SUVs.

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Old 01-25-2017, 10:30 AM
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Default Monte Sport Manual

I agree with you on the manual (s). The best set I ever had was from ordering out of the back of the owners manual of an 86 S10. They had to of messed up because I received a maintenance man, service man, repair man, and a complete wiring schematics manual. For $35 if I remember correctly!!
However, when it comes to my 01 Monte sport it seems an online manual is about it. I have seen a few online paper manuals for upwards of $100 but pretty sure they aren't a complete set like mentioned above.
If u know where I can find them please let me know. I've called my local dealer and searched auto stores but said they don't make them... Go figure.
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Old 02-04-2017, 04:36 PM
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Default 01 thru 02 Montero 3.5 liter manuals?

I haven't been able to find any online myself. You?

I found the complete online russian set for 2003 3.8 liter but those are different motor equipment than 01/02.

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I think you'll find it interesting reading on those long, cold Winter nights...and more than interesting if you plan on doing any of the work yourself.

Long cold winter nights? Sure not in Santa Cruz !. I lived there for a few years and great place to live. Even here in PalmSprings it can get as cold as Santa Cruz in dec(30s). The heat here in summer,well,I prefer Sants Cruz summers (tops at 90 as I recall) opposed to here.(105 to 128)

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I've been using an on-line manuel and printing the sections when I need them. When I first purchased my Monty, I asked about a FSM. The dealer wanted around $150! I've used a Haynes on an old '71 Monte Carlo, but for every other rig I always buy the FSM. In your experience, are the Haynes, and the like, comparable to the FSM?
Mr. Z. Would you please provide me the link to online manual.
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