What does it mean if the 4WD is slipping in an 03 montero sport?

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Asked by Mar 03, 2018 at 02:51 PM about the 2003 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My friend needs a car we found an 03 montero sport for
sale the lady told her the 4wd is slipping what does this
mean? Would this effect every day driving? Is it okay if
she never plans to use the 4wd? Any help is appreciated
as she needs a vehicle stat. Btw I have no idea what the
trim is I saw all the options by the pic all I see is AWD? So
confused on that part and just picked one

8 Answers

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you should bring it to a shop and see what they say

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Yeah came here as I always do usually someone that knows something as paying a shop isn’t in her budget for purchasing a car right now unfortunately

183,015

4WD does not slip. Maybe the transmission is slipping. RUN AWAY from this DOG.

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Thank you! I sorta assumed but wasn’t positive

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Steer clear... transfer cases dont slip!

i have got an 03 montero sport. sometimes the car suddenly losses power whilst driving but regains power when I turn the ignition off and on again

I have a 2003 Mitsubishi the air sometime works and then it will quit, but then it will start working again. The fan works, but. So I was going to start with putting refrigerant in first. How many cans would it take? And would this cause a sound of a belt being loose

How many cans of refrigerant does a 2003 Mitsubishi Montero sport take.

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