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Joined: 16-03-15
Location: Cooma NSW
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  • erad
    replied to Ignition Coils
    IF all your ignition electrics are OK, the only other issue could be the injector on No 6 (Oh joy!). You may simply have a crook connection to the injector, or the injector may be partially blocked, causing a funny spray pattern which could cause misfire....
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  • In my many years living and working in the Snowy Mountains, I used to have to cross the mountains normally about 2 or 3 times per week - winter or summer In the bad old days, the SMA didn't have many 4wd's and it was mainly Falcon or Commodore sedans...
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  • Well done Stu. Those figures are very good. I never got figures as low as that on my NL on gas. Petrol was about right, but gas was more like 15.5 L/100 for me and while I don't drive like a nanna, I do drive economically.
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  • erad
    replied to Snowys & Toll Ipec
    Years ago, I was working in Jakarta for about 6 months. Letters from home (Cooma NSW) used to take about 10 - 14 days. We had a draftsman working with us and his grandmother sent him a letter from Hobart. It took 2 days! What's more, the address was...
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  • Paceman asked about the carpet glue. I have a simple table in my NW, made from 20 x 20 x 2.0 RHS steel tubing. I have a perimeter frame with a centre rafter and the whole frame is topped with a lightweight ply. I put some car carpet over the top surface....
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  • Slightly off topic, but some time back, I was driving my friends Landbruiser 100 series (petrol/gas V8) and we were going up a steep hill (there are quite a few of those around where we live). The beast dropped right back in speed and I commented to...
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  • erad
    replied to Central diff light flashing
    Simple check:
    Get a tape measure and measure the diameter of the tyres. Yes - they should be the same diameter if they are all the same brand and size, but we had a brand new Sigma which pulled violently to one side. I took it back and they swapped...
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  • This sounds as if it could be the immobiliser. You will still have spark when the immobiliser is not allowing the engine to run. This is why spraying some fuel into the intake will work, but only for a short time. I would have expected a fault code No...
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  • Mitsubishi make the seat belt buckle attach to the seat frame to minimise the complications of fastening the buckle. This means that the weight of the occupant plus the weight of the seat must be ultimately transferred to the chassis of the car via the...
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  • Thinking about the dynamics of your proposed bolting, here are my thoughts...

    1 In a prang your body will continue to move forward and be restrained by the seat belt. Say you weigh 75 kg. The seat belts and their mountings are designed for...
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  • This sounds as if the column switch may be on the way out - not making proper contact as you turn it on, but going back from headlights to just tail lights, it does work. Try again to replicate the fault and note the steps required to make the fault...
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  • erad
    replied to Gearbox Replacement
    Since something obviously has gone wrong in your transmission system somewhere, the first thing to do will be to remove the existing broken) transmission. You will then have a much better idea as to what is wrong, and what needs replacement. Once out,...
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  • Sadly, I am physically unable to get under my NW to take a photo of the jacking points, but years ago, I managed to find the appropriate jacking places and I sprayed them with dayglow orange paint so that would be easier to find should i ever need to...
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  • I have a NW Manual transmission, and had to have the engine mounts replaced under warranty. The difference was HUGE - it was nice and smooth after the change, but I think that they 'new' mounts may well be on the way out now. Not happy - they don't seem...
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  • Boronia Towbars in FerntreeGully Vic make towbars to fit all sorts of vehicles, including Pajeros. It would pay you to give them a call and see if their bar would fit your car, given your specific problem. They fitted a bar to my NW for a good price....
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  • Fuse No 7 om the fuse box near the driver's foot. Wiring diagram attached ...
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  • Ebay has a Workshop manual listed for the NP Pajero - $1149 incl postage. No guarantees about how good it is, but I have a similar one for my NW and it works OK (Russian version I think, but in English).

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/2240...
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  • erad
    replied to Central diff light flashing
    "?? diameter?? of the 'flat' circle has changed but circumference has not." The circumference of the tyre will not radically change, but the sidewalls will bag out at lower pressures, and therefore the rolling radius will change with pressure....
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  • Moondog:
    The wiring diagram is taken from my Max Elery W/S manual. This book has been known to be not 100% correct all the time, and also it is for the NT model, but I reckon it is fairly accurate for this application.

    I also have...
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  • erad
    replied to Central diff light flashing
    It sounds as if you have a rather heavy loading on the rear wheels. No matter how hard you pump up the rear air bags, the load still goes onto the tyres. This means that the rolling radius of the rears will probably be slightly less than the front tyres....
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