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  • #16
    Originally posted by Swayzee View Post
    I think we don't need to talk about MRT, because I also don't know them.

    But as you can see, I post already on case here. And like this are many many in the Pajero (4N15) group. This is only one example.

    So if this engine do not have the carbon build and soot issue, why so many people are reporting this issue (including myself)?
    I just checked Google for links to Sport and carbon build up. None.

    If it was happening in Australia we would have heard about it on this board.

    If it's happening in Thailand it maybe a local problem with fuel.

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    • #17
      Yes it is possible that those problem only occurs in Thailand.

      But this would be strange.

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      • #18
        It would be interesting to see some engine data from a Thai Vehicle, just to see DPF operating parameters. That kind of soot build up even overtakes 3.2 pajero in severity (sorry guys)

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        • #19
          We do not have DPF in Thailand. Also the newest Pajero (2020) do not have DPF. Only EGR and Cat. That's it.

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          • #20
            I just see people also complain that the fuel filter is completely black after 10.000Km. This could be also an indicator. I will check my filter this weekend. Lets see if also so dirty.

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