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  • Identifying my model of Pajero for ordering parts

    I've just bought myself a 2007 diesel auto Paj and I'm still a bit green with the way things work. I've tried doing some research and cant figure out which information I need when searching for parts.

    At the moment I'm searching for the Ryco transmission filter kit on ebay so I can do a flush. When I'm choosing my car model, under subtype it gives the option of NS with v88w and v98w - what do these mean, and how do I know which one my car is? Then under the variant list there is a 118 or 125 kw option for the 4m41 motor, again i dont know which one it is. Then I can see in the search results there are black filters and ones with metallic finish to them.

    These are the details from my badges:

    Model - NS0W45 007578 M07
    Options - E76 D82 A34
    Vin - JMFLYV98W7J003055

    I just noticed V98W is in the vin number so that part is solved, still not sure about the difference between V88W tho.


  • #2
    I'll kick you off with a few pointers my friend.


    The V88W and V98W are all Gen 4 models, so from NS throught to current NX models. NS 2006 to 2009, NT 2009 to 2011, NW 20011 to 2014, NX 2014 to current.

    V88W is short wheel base diesel and V98W is long wheel base diesel , V87W is swb petrol and V97W is lwb petrol in Gen 4 models.

    In the NS model the diesel manual had 118kw and the auto 125kw......outputs have changed throughout the years but just talking NS specifically being yours.

    Below are a couple of links on tnis forum under the Technical Info section to assist.

    https://www.pajeroforum.com.au/forum...technical-data

    https://www.pajeroforum.com.au/forum...hassis-numbers


    Below is a link to a thread on the forum, open that then click on the NS Pajero Product info link, has some info about the option codes. E76 denotes it is a GLX diesel, D82 is auto I think and A34 is side and curtain airbags option. Also just above that is LWB link, which is the brochure from Mitsubishi with good info on models.

    https://www.pajeroforum.com.au/forum...o-brochure-pdf


    Below is a link to an online tech manual which is very helpful not only with diagrams but service and maintenance requirements. Once it opens top left into service manual and below that the year model, say 2007. You will see under that a list of items that you can click on and explore. Back to the top left click on that, drop down a list of 3 things, click on Technical Information Manual. You will see below a slightly different list, click on General, then Vehicle Identification that will open some info on model number info.

    Anyway, you can explore this online tech manual and find intersting stuff and helpful diagrams etc.

    http://faq.out-club.ru/download/paje...r/index_M1.htm


    And finally for now. Another thing I have used to locate parts, look at diagrams etc is a website called Partsouq.com this is a middle east company selling genuine Mitsubishi and other brands parts at normally a much lower cost than buying in Australia. You do have to be careful using it as it defaults to US $ and there is shipping to be added once you select items into your basket. You can change it to Aus $ easily though. To search on the site you put in your VIN and it searches specific to your vehicle. I have ordered numerous items from Partsouq.com over the years and delivery has normally been around 7 to14 days from middle east to Tasmania.

    https://partsouq.com/


    And to finsh off a small disclaimer. The information provided above relates to Australian Pajeros as other countries had either differing release dates, or differing engines and outputs etc.

    Happy reading.
    Last edited by aussieintas; 2 weeks ago.
    2008 NS X SWB DiD auto in cool silver, Pirelli Scorpion ATR's, MCC bull bar with Stedi Summit fog/DRL's, Airtec(TJM) snorkel.

    Previously
    88 NF SWB 2.6 manual
    92 NH LWB 3.0 auto
    92 NH J-Top 2.5 manual
    95 NJ SWB 3.0 auto
    99 Cruiser 4.5 manual with all the fruit

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    • #3
      Great info aussieintas...
      Dicko. FNQ

      2014 NW with all the usual stuff plus more.
      If you take life too seriously you will never get out alive....



      Telegraph X camper

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      • #4
        Yes, well done, Aussieintas, a great effort.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by aussieintas View Post
          I'll kick you off with a few pointers my friend.


          The V88W and V98W are all Gen 4 models, so from NS throught to current NX models. NS 2006 to 2009, NT 2009 to 2011, NW 20011 to 2014, NX 2014 to current.

          V88W is short wheel base diesel and V98W is long wheel base diesel , V87W is swb petrol and V97W is lwb petrol in Gen 4 models.

          In the NS model the diesel manual had 118kw and the auto 125kw......outputs have changed throughout the years but just talking NS specifically being yours.

          Below are a couple of links on tnis forum under the Technical Info section to assist.

          https://www.pajeroforum.com.au/forum...technical-data

          https://www.pajeroforum.com.au/forum...hassis-numbers


          Below is a link to a thread on the forum, open that then click on the NS Pajero Product info link, has some info about the option codes. E76 denotes it is a GLX diesel, D82 is auto I think and A34 is side and curtain airbags option. Also just above that is LWB link, which is the brochure from Mitsubishi with good info on models.

          https://www.pajeroforum.com.au/forum...o-brochure-pdf


          Below is a link to an online tech manual which is very helpful not only with diagrams but service and maintenance requirements. Once it opens top left into service manual and below that the year model, say 2007. You will see under that a list of items that you can click on and explore. Back to the top left click on that, drop down a list of 3 things, click on Technical Information Manual. You will see below a slightly different list, click on General, then Vehicle Identification that will open some info on model number info.

          Anyway, you can explore this online tech manual and find intersting stuff and helpful diagrams etc.

          http://faq.out-club.ru/download/paje...r/index_M1.htm


          And finally for now. Another thing I have used to locate parts, look at diagrams etc is a website called Partsouq.com this is a middle east company selling genuine Mitsubishi and other brands parts at normally a much lower cost than buying in Australia. You do have to be careful using it as it defaults to US $ and there is shipping to be added once you select items into your basket. You can change it to Aus $ easily though. To search on the site you put in your VIN and it searches specific to your vehicle. I have ordered numerous items from Partsouq.com over the years and delivery has normally been around 7 to14 days from middle east to Tasmania.

          https://partsouq.com/


          And to finsh off a small disclaimer. The information provided above relates to Australian Pajeros as other countries had either differing release dates, or differing engines and outputs etc.

          Happy reading.
          I can't thank you enough aussieintas, very much appreciated.

          The online manual is amazing but the only thing missing is a search function!

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          • #6
            Mitsubishi Pajero NX MY16 GLS, Ultragauge, Automate & Paddle gear shifters with Vlads traction control mod, Nautia switch panel, ARB compressor, Redarc Tow Pro, Anderson plug, Bushskinz front & rear alloy plates, Kaon light duty cargo barrier

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            • #7
              More than happy to assist.

              Yeah bit of a bummer with no search but once you use it a bit you get to know where to look.
              2008 NS X SWB DiD auto in cool silver, Pirelli Scorpion ATR's, MCC bull bar with Stedi Summit fog/DRL's, Airtec(TJM) snorkel.

              Previously
              88 NF SWB 2.6 manual
              92 NH LWB 3.0 auto
              92 NH J-Top 2.5 manual
              95 NJ SWB 3.0 auto
              99 Cruiser 4.5 manual with all the fruit

              Comment


              • #8
                Originally posted by aussieintas View Post
                I'll kick you off with a few pointers my friend.


                The V88W and V98W are all Gen 4 models, so from NS throught to current NX models. NS 2006 to 2009, NT 2009 to 2011, NW 20011 to 2014, NX 2014 to current.

                V88W is short wheel base diesel and V98W is long wheel base diesel , V87W is swb petrol and V97W is lwb petrol in Gen 4 models.

                In the NS model the diesel manual had 118kw and the auto 125kw......outputs have changed throughout the years but just talking NS specifically being yours.

                Below are a couple of links on tnis forum under the Technical Info section to assist.

                https://www.pajeroforum.com.au/forum...technical-data

                https://www.pajeroforum.com.au/forum...hassis-numbers


                Below is a link to a thread on the forum, open that then click on the NS Pajero Product info link, has some info about the option codes. E76 denotes it is a GLX diesel, D82 is auto I think and A34 is side and curtain airbags option. Also just above that is LWB link, which is the brochure from Mitsubishi with good info on models.

                https://www.pajeroforum.com.au/forum...o-brochure-pdf


                Below is a link to an online tech manual which is very helpful not only with diagrams but service and maintenance requirements. Once it opens top left into service manual and below that the year model, say 2007. You will see under that a list of items that you can click on and explore. Back to the top left click on that, drop down a list of 3 things, click on Technical Information Manual. You will see below a slightly different list, click on General, then Vehicle Identification that will open some info on model number info.

                Anyway, you can explore this online tech manual and find intersting stuff and helpful diagrams and game etc.



                And finally for now. Another thing I have used to locate parts, look at diagrams etc is a website called Partsouq.com this is a middle east company selling genuine Mitsubishi and other brands parts at normally a much lower cost than buying in Australia. You do have to be careful using it as it defaults to US $ and there is shipping to be added once you select items into your basket. You can change it to Aus $ easily though. To search on the site you put in your VIN and it searches specific to your vehicle. I have ordered numerous items from Partsouq.com over the years and delivery has normally been around 7 to14 days from middle east to Tasmania.

                https://partsouq.com/


                And to finsh off a small disclaimer. The information provided above relates to Australian Pajeros as other countries had either differing release dates, or differing engines and outputs etc.

                Happy reading.
                This is the best thing I've read in a while! Just bravo! I'll keep it for myself.

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