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help with fog lights 3rd gen montero #1106662 04/04/22 05:02 PM
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motero Offline OP
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i have a 2001 Montero limited, and i want the fog lights to stay on with the high beams. are the headlights wired the same as a gen 2 Montero? does anyone have a headlight wiring diagram?


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Re: help with fog lights 3rd gen montero [Re: motero] #1106679 04/20/22 01:14 AM
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i have one more question- does anyone have the drive shaft from a 3rd gen montero xls? im trying to put an xls transfer case in my montero limited because its cheaper than buying Mitsubishi switches, and my eBay transfer case switches dont seem to work for very long (I've bought 3 sets and found the best switches from each set, and it just stopped working again) or does anyone know if you can get the carbon fiber driveshaft rebuilt to be a little longer (like replace just the carbon with steel pipe; the ends are steel already) also if anyone has the transfer case shifter from a gen 3 xls, or knows how to make one, or knows how to convert electronic super select to manual shift super select.

or i could just cough up the $400 for a brand new xls driveshaft

Last edited by motero; 04/20/22 01:15 AM.

99 Montero....15mpg! Sold (so sad)
02 Jetta TDI....48mpg!
03 2500 Ram QCLB Cummins....18mpg
02 2500 Yukon XL, We out grew the montero, at least it has one locker.....13mpg (sold)
01 montero limited
Re: help with fog lights 3rd gen montero [Re: motero] #1106681 04/21/22 12:32 PM
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If the ends are metal, a driveshaft shop could make you an all steel driveshaft.


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Re: help with fog lights 3rd gen montero [Re: motero] #1106682 04/23/22 07:09 PM
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I found a driveshaft on ebay that is the correct size, or i could get mine rebuilt out of steel. i also think im going to try making my own shifer, and 3d printing the peice that holds the lever into the transfer case.


99 Montero....15mpg! Sold (so sad)
02 Jetta TDI....48mpg!
03 2500 Ram QCLB Cummins....18mpg
02 2500 Yukon XL, We out grew the montero, at least it has one locker.....13mpg (sold)
01 montero limited







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