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I have a 2004 Pajero NP DIESEL 240,000 kms. Just had injectors done for the second time. Done only 3 days ago. Started car and it started reving high I thought nothing of it. But today when I started car it didn't feel right, had a vibration throughput the car very strange. Drove about 3 kms pulled over turned off car, but kept running making a loud grinding noise like something under pressure and then stopped
I waited 5 mins said a prayer a restarted car and it was back to normal, no shaking or noise.
Coild this be injectors haven't been done right or the pump?
The injectors were diagnosed with a scanning tool by a mechanic
Please help with advise.
How do you know if there a ecu software update and how often you are required to do it?
Hi. Drove the car yesterday with 0 problems. Trying to start the car today but wont start. Thought its the battery and connected cables from other battery but still the same. When i turn on ignition the gearbox makes weird sound on Parking and drive. Nothing on other gears. The 4wd lights are flashing on dash at the same time and whistling noise under the car
wanting owners manual for 2003 Pajero Exceed
I’ve just purchased a 2004 np 3.2lt turbo diesel Pajero. Upon test drive partner discovered it had a surge when it gear however never mentioned that to me. He’s since left and now I have a car that I can’t use because I have no knowledge about the vehicle.
Some diesel mechanics have mentioned it could be the intake metafold or egr. Can someone enlighten me with what it could be.
looking at buying a 2008 Turbo Diesel 4X4 7 Seater Pajero VRX with 300,000 kms and full log book history. to me it looks very well looked after. what is the life of the motors in these I service all my own and this still being on log book im thinking of buying any real help would be great? Regards Rob
No idea on engine life although I have a 2011 RX Diesel 200000 km and has not missed a beat. Then again I Service at 10000km not 15k intervals and after every long run say Sydney/Darwin
Use Penrite oil
Thanks for the reply John.
Although the one I have been looking at seems to have a soot and catalytic blockage issue as they grow older costing around 1500 to repair. I have a 80s series landcruiser and was hoping for a change. I'm the same only use penrite oil and mine is done between 7k to 10 000kms.
Hello just brought a Mitsubishi pajero 2005 3.2 diesel auto can you tell me the best 3 synthetic oils to use and a good quality oil filter please #so many different forums and lots of answers just done over 210 thousand klm cheers steve
2002 NM 3.2 aircon stopped working as well as the the thermo fans . Was regassed and cleaned condenser 2 years ago was working great now only blower fan works .
My np v6 pajero winds over but does not start
I really have no definitive answer. It could be anything. I would take No1 plug out reattached lead, ground plug and see if there is spark. If not it could be the coil, engine immobiliser, no fuel or a fault in the ECU.
just finished engine rebuild on 6g74.. added extractors and torque cam . cant find cause of engine vibration 2,100 to 2,600 rpm. harmonic balancer is good , compression is even, injectors and coils ext good, new after market engine mounts, any ideas.
Can any one please tell me the location of the fuel pump relay on 2001 Mitsubishi pajero exceed nm.
Does the NH 2000 model have anchor points, and if so, where are they located?
has nm 2000 pajero have light on low fuel
How much oil should a Mitsubishi Pajero use monthly?
tension pulleys making a sqealing sounds do i have to replace
Faulty Fuel gauge even after replacing sender unit - what do I do next?
thermo issue . temp gauge gets very high reading then settles to normal spiking occasionally .any ideas please
I have a 2003 Diesel NP. When I put my foot down on the accelerator the revs go up and nothing happens for a few seconds, then the car starts to take off. It seems very sluggish. Would this be a fuel filter issue?
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