2002 Mitsubishi Montero sport won't start

Asked by Aug 25, 2017 at 09:26 PM about the 2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport Limited 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 02 Montero sport was driving and shut off
havnt been able to get it to start  since ...it will
crank seems like it's not getting fuel

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Do you hear the buzz of the fuel pump when you turn the key to accessory?

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Having the same issue with my 2000 Montero

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My 02 Montero sport is or was doing the same thing and come to find out it was just low on oil...it has a engine protection sensor and cuts off when it's too low...I hope that's all that's wrong with yours....maybe I just got lucky I don't know but check your oil level and if it's low just put some in... hopefully yours is the same problem...was a cheap fix thank the Lord...

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OK thank you so much Ill check that... wow that would be crazy if that's all it was after all this work I've done to it!!!

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When that happened to mine, My Montero 2002 Sport xls went into limp mode. Turned out the tensioner had failed as well as my timing belt being broke. I bought a timing belt kit as well as a new tensioner, and it runs like a clock now. It'd had this ticking sound while idling for a long while and some of the forums said it was the tensioner going out, but I had other Mechanics say it was something else or not sure exactly what it was so I could have prevented that from happening at first sign of that tensioner beginning to click. Live and learn

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