If your Montero Sport has been struggling to start or is not starting at all, you may have a faulty starter. If you suspect that your starter may be to blame for your troubles, you can have it tested at most auto parts retailers once you have removed it from the car. Replacing the starter requires a few simple hand tools and a torque wrench. If you do not have a torque wrench, many auto parts retailers will rent them. You can buy a starter for your Montero at an auto parts retailer, a Mitsubishi dealer or a salvage yard.
Tools Used: Tools, Wrench set, Torque wrench, Jack, Jack stands
Change a Starter
Removing the Old Starter