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The R4A51 transmission is a fully electronically controlled rear-drive transmission used in twowheel drive applications. The V4A51 is the four-wheel-drive version. These transmissions are used in 1999 to 2003 Mitsubishi Montero and Montero Sport SUVs behind the 3.0- or 3.5-liter SOHC engines. In this first of a two-part Technical Supplement, Mitsubishi Montero/Sport R4A51/V4A51 basic assembly tips and internal-component identification will be the subject matter, beginning with information such as a clutch-application chart, hydraulic-pressure tests and some basic electrical items such as case-connector-terminal identification, resistance values and solenoid ID and continuing with assembly tips. Mitsubishi R4A51/V4A51 Clutch-Application Chart. R4ASJ/V4A 51 Pressure Specs & Service-Port Locations. Case-Connector Terminal Layout and Designations. R/V4A51 Solenoid & Connector ID. Solenoid and ATF-Temperature-Sensor Resistance Checks. This illustration shows the location of each bearing in the R4A51/V4A51. Bearing No. 6, inside the output carrier, is part of the low/reverse annulus-gear assembly. When the output shaft is installed into the output-shaft support, a significant space will exist between the two. This space would be occupied by the direct-clutch-drum and reduction-band assemblies in the V5A51 five-speed transmission in 2001 and later Montero Limited models. The underdrive-clutch-piston return-spring assembly has two holes 180° apart that must be aligned with their respective alignment dowel pins so the returnspring assembly will sit flush on the piston. The spring retainer has a D-ring seal similar to the overdrive/reverse spring retainer.
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