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Re: The Official Mitsubishi PAJERO OWNERS thread

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Re: The Official Mitsubishi PAJERO OWNERS thread

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Re: The Official Mitsubishi PAJERO OWNERS thread

Postby INDAVID WORKSHOP » January 23rd, 2014, 4:33 pm

Guys if pressing the horn on the steering wheel on your Pajero stops working.

I recently corrected this problem with my van.

Problem was the "Clockspring" unit

I got an original unit online and replaced mine.

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Re: The Official Mitsubishi PAJERO OWNERS thread

Postby Seeta Rampersad » February 13th, 2014, 2:20 pm

Hey guys i need to get the left front and rear outer window base line moulding, anyone know where i can get those?

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Re: The Official Mitsubishi PAJERO OWNERS thread

Postby Henry2013 » February 18th, 2014, 8:05 pm

1998 model 3.5 V6, starting - not idling

any suggestions

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Re: The Official Mitsubishi PAJERO OWNERS thread

Postby INDAVID WORKSHOP » February 19th, 2014, 5:05 pm

Henry2013 wrote:1998 model 3.5 V6, starting - not idling

any suggestions


If gas has to be fuel restriction related issue, if Diesel check Glow plugs and then fuel pump delivery pressure.

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Re: The Official Mitsubishi PAJERO OWNERS thread

Postby Seeta Rampersad » March 26th, 2014, 3:53 pm

hey where can i get doors parts for the IO 1999 model? I need to get the left front and rear weather shield also known as the window beltline moulding.

thanks guys

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Re: The Official Mitsubishi PAJERO OWNERS thread

Postby INDAVID WORKSHOP » March 27th, 2014, 10:38 am

Seeta, if you have the Original part number you can order it online at:

http://www.oemmitsubishiparts.com/

If you need help I do have an account with this site.

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Re: The Official Mitsubishi PAJERO OWNERS thread

Postby jerad » April 10th, 2014, 2:17 pm

Wtk if anyone have a foreign used pajero the 91 model does the ac blow cold and kool the cabin frt and back

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Re: The Official Mitsubishi PAJERO OWNERS thread

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Looking for one of these for my pajero want the complete fuse box with cover anyone can help let me know ASAP

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Re: The Official Mitsubishi PAJERO OWNERS thread

Postby jerad » April 16th, 2014, 9:10 am

Who have a pajero 4d56 turbo head and block for sale

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When can we organise a meet like this only Pajero's all in a line going Maracas bay ?

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Re: The Official Mitsubishi PAJERO OWNERS thread

Postby turbo boost » July 8th, 2014, 6:43 am

hey guys, i have a 2.8 diesel and the transmission goes into fail safe mode (drives in 1 only) at times. Heard it might be some relay, does anyone know where that might be.

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Re: The Official Mitsubishi PAJERO OWNERS thread

Postby INDAVID WORKSHOP » July 11th, 2014, 10:02 am

Just a couple of things you may not have thought of.

Tranny fluid. The Mitsis take a special type which I believe is only available from the dealer. It is like three times the prices so even reputable tranny shops don't buy and put is a similar product. It doesn't work and you will have problems with your torque converter slipping.

Electrical connectors. I had numerous problems with my tranny that was found to be intermittant problems with multiple connectors leading to/from the ECU. Take some time to remove and clean (with emery cloth and contact cleaner) each connector. This is a common problem that many mechanics never check.

Have you looked at the fault codes? Tranny over temp or others may come up if you are having problems. Download the codes and do some homework.

There is many threads on the overdrive and problems with the double sensor and actuator.

After some sleepless nights i developed a theory: the metal dust swimming in the transmission oil gets attracted by the magnetic field inside the solenoid valves (electronic pressure reducer). Finally the pistons gets clogged and they get an additional friction, so they fail to operate smoothly.

So far my theory - next week I will clean the solenoids, and then i can prove or discard my theory...

The transmission in your Montero is built by aisin-warner. They are owned by toyota, and now are the largest transmission manufacturer on the planet.

They are also nearly indestructible. Not only used in mitsus, toyota, and volvos, but jeeps, kias, suzukis, etc.etc.

If its similar to Americas monteros (and I'm sure it is), the transmission is electronic, but only partially. The electronics tell it when to shift, but do not alter pressure. For that, there is still a throttle cable heading to the transmission from the throttle itself.
I would check that. check it at the throttle and see if the outer housing has torn from its mount. Although honestly, even if it has, it shouldn't cause a total slipping condition.

Unfortunately, a guess from me is that you are suffering a mechanical failure. You should have the pan removed and checked for debris.the transmission has is on relay and also a fuse that controls it. It has separate power from the ECU, you need to check the fuse panel that is located inside the car and make sure the fuse isn't burned , and also the TCU may also be defective itself. These are slightly common on these models due to the location , you can pull the ECU connector and check the power in wires for continuity and also the fuse itself , it may be likely in most cases on this model that the TCM has failed but hopefully it is the fuse, also if the transmission has a line leak at the lines leaving the transmission and leaking residue on the top main connector going to the solenoids located internally in the transmission this will also cause the issue you are having now

have you recently installed an aftermarket radio or anything that is electrically used?

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Re: The Official Mitsubishi PAJERO OWNERS thread

Postby INDAVID WORKSHOP » July 14th, 2014, 12:49 pm

So young and knows the value of a good vehicle



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Re: The Official Mitsubishi PAJERO OWNERS thread

Postby INDAVID WORKSHOP » August 20th, 2014, 11:17 am

Has anyone used the link I posted for Genuine Mitsubishi parts ?

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