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Is my 1991 NH Pajero limited slip, diff lock, or something else?

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  • Is my 1991 NH Pajero limited slip, diff lock, or something else?

    Hi everyone,
    Newbie here. Looking at replacing the diff oil on my 1991 Pajero 3.0 NH. The manual gives a few options and I'm not sure what to choose.
    How can I easily tell whether I have limited slip, and whether I have diff lock?
    Hopefully it's dead easy to find out
    -Richard

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    You should be able to tell if it's limited slip based on tag on the fill plug and or stickers on the diff. There is the chance that both of these are missing though

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      Originally posted by rshaules View Post
      Hi everyone,
      Newbie here. Looking at replacing the diff oil on my 1991 Pajero 3.0 NH. The manual gives a few options and I'm not sure what to choose.
      How can I easily tell whether I have limited slip, and whether I have diff lock?
      Hopefully it's dead easy to find out
      -Richard
      Straining the grey matter, I reckon diff lock in Australian delivered NH only came as part of a "Tri-Pack" with adjustable suspension and ABS. If you don't have ABS (check for a valve block with lots of metal pipes near your break master cylinder) then I doubt you have a diff lock.

      Personally, if in doubt, I suggest using LSD oil - it won't hurt a non-LSD diff.
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