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erad
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Joined: 16-03-15
Location: Cooma NSW
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  • Stu:
    Puncture resistance is more related to the number of plies in the sidewalls. I have 3 ply sidewalls in my NW but they ride much stiffer than the regular 2 ply tyres. And they use more fuel too - I reckon they increase the consumption from...
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  • What are you on about? I live in Cooma and it is starting to get COLD now. (And I am not too keen on it either).
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  • The Part number for the O Ring behind the water pump is ME200414, and the whole water pump kit is 1300A102

    . These are the part numbers taken for my MY13 NW Pajero, taken from www.partsouq.com....
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  • erad
    replied to 1998 nl
    The left photo is the aerial switch to raise or lower the aerial. The right one is fog light switch....
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  • erad
    replied to 1998 nl
    The 2002 Pajero is a SOHC engine, but here are a few differences between them and the NL - eg the location of the cam angle sensor is at the rear of the engine on the later models, whereas it is at the front of the left head on the NL. There are probably...
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  • That is the main reason I maintain our NRMA membership, but the last time I used them for roadside assist was in 1980, when my Citroen would not start and I flattened the battery. I flattened his starter battery and we were well on the way to flattening...
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  • I agree about the temperature sensor. Something is telling the climate control ECU to change modes. It could be the wiring between the temperature sensor and the ECU - possibly a short circuit dropping the input voltage to zero. Try to follow the wiring...
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  • I don't have a solution to lifting the wheel onto its mount on the rear door, but when fitting the wheel to the car on the ground, I have found the only real way I can do it is to sit on the ground and use my feet to lift, support and then rotate the...
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  • erad
    replied to 1998 nl
    If the head bolts were torque to yield, the W/S manual would specifically state to use NEW bolts. I have not read this in the manuals, so I must assume that they are not this type of bolt and you can safely re-use them.
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  • If the air filter is the only change, you have to suspect it as a possible cause. However, I doubt that it is the problem because the turbo will generally try to compensate for the blocked or partially blocked air filter. Do you still have the old air...
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  • erad
    replied to 1998 nl
    www.rockauto.com is the link. Then scroll down to Mitsubishi, then select the year 1999 or 1998. Obviously, you wouldn't want to import anything heavy ie an engine block or crankshaft, but stuff like spark plugs, HT leads etc are very cheap. Quite often,...
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  • OJ: As far as I am aware (and I sincerely hope so), all manual transmission Pajeros since the NS have had a single mass flywheel. Now, damn you, I have looked at Partsouq.com and seen the listing you have offered. Judging by the price ($US1124), it...
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  • erad
    replied to 1998 nl
    As Stu said above, if you buy from Rock Auto, they are simply a clearing house. They have contacts to various suppliers over the US, and if you buy your spark plugs from one place, the HT leads from another and say a water pump from a third, you finish...
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  • I agree totally with Pharb's comments above. I have a 2013 NW Manual transmission - 125000 km on it now. Frankly, it is not nice to drive in heavy stop-start traffic. You have to keep the engine above 1500 R/min or the turbo lag will get you right it...
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  • erad
    replied to 1998 nl
    Given the general condition of the car, I suggest that you buy and fit new crankshaft and camshaft oil seals, new timing belt and a new water pump. The price for the Susen gasket set seems very good - about half of the other kit, especially when you...
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  • erad
    replied to My first ever 4x4!
    Tis could be a NH model, rather than a NL - there is very little visual difference in the NH, NJ, NK and NL models. What engine do you have? If you can get the engine number and chassis number (not the full numbers - put all but the last 3 numbers up),...
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  • erad
    replied to My first ever 4x4!
    Matt: That certainly looks like an NL model, but it isn't a 1992 model. The NL was 1998/99/early 2000. I guess that this is an early 1998 model. There are seat belts in the rear for the third row seats but you don't seem to have them. They fold up to...
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  • I torqued up the bullbar mounting bolts and also the towbar bolts on my NW. I managed to get about a quarter of a turn on a couple of bolts on bot the bullbar and the towbar.
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  • erad
    replied to Airbox Noise
    There has been reports on this forum about after-market air filters not being thick enough to seal properly when the air box lid comes down. They also cause rattles. Check the filter first. You may need to measure the thickness of the filter flange and...
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  • erad
    replied to 1998 nl
    Be aware that there is a maximum allowable distortion of the head surface of 0.2 mm, and the grinding limit is also 0.2 mm.. The same limits apply to the head to manifold surfaces as well. Obviously, if you pull the head(s) off, you would automatically...
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