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Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 24-10-19
Replies: 13
Views: 978
Posted By Kaldek
Mine is an NH 3.0 litre, the early model that...

Mine is an NH 3.0 litre, the early model that doesn't even use a digital speedo. The temperature control on mine would not hold in the "hot" position until I flushed the heater core.
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 21-10-19
Replies: 26
Views: 2,088
Posted By Kaldek
WHOA. Holy thread, Batman. You really need...

WHOA. Holy thread, Batman.

You really need two things here mate:

1. An oscilloscope (a single channel scope will cost you very little)
2. Some T-Pins (you can buy clothing/sewing T-Pins)...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 21-10-19
Replies: 13
Views: 978
Posted By Kaldek
The heater core does not always flow coolant in...

The heater core does not always flow coolant in the NH 3.0 model, as an example.

When you move the setting from cold to hot it opens a valve in the core that allows coolant to pass through it. I...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 21-10-19
Replies: 3
Views: 775
Posted By Kaldek
I have a 92 NH with a sunroof. *Some* rust but...

I have a 92 NH with a sunroof. *Some* rust but so far I've been able to silicone it each time it starts to leak through the rubber.

I do love the old girl though. Super easy to work on.
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 08-10-19
Replies: 58
Views: 3,488
Posted By Kaldek
Ah yeah NL is a much later model, right around...

Ah yeah NL is a much later model, right around the sweet spot of flashable Mitsubishi ECUs. And yeah, Tactrix (OpenPort 2.0) is where it's at for flash capability. I have both the 12-pin cable,...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 08-10-19
Replies: 14
Views: 1,154
Posted By Kaldek
I just checked and 95C is apparently still high...

I just checked and 95C is apparently still high for a diesel.

The Mitsubishi dash gauge will usually read about 3/4 when the engine is 95C. An old/failing temperature sensor reads higher than...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 08-10-19
Replies: 14
Views: 1,154
Posted By Kaldek
Mitsubishi on their older cars run two separate...

Mitsubishi on their older cars run two separate coolant sensors. There is:

- A three-wire 5-volt referenced "Engine Coolant Temperature" (ECT) sensor which sends signals to the ECU
- A one-wire...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 08-10-19
Replies: 58
Views: 3,488
Posted By Kaldek
Honestly unless your car is boosted with super or...

Honestly unless your car is boosted with super or turbo charging, widebands are of not much benefit really. I mean, they can give you clues as to whether your injectors are clogged or whatnot, but...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 08-10-19
Replies: 58
Views: 3,488
Posted By Kaldek
Probably can't flash these older ECUs. My other...

Probably can't flash these older ECUs. My other car is a 2000 Mitsubishi Legnum VR4 (highly,highly modified) and requires EvoScan for logging but ECUFlash for flashing. The early 1990s ECUs are...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 07-10-19
Replies: 58
Views: 3,488
Posted By Kaldek
If you're in Metro Melbourne, I have EvoScan and...

If you're in Metro Melbourne, I have EvoScan and all the cables from the 12-pin through to the OBD2 style 16 pin connectors. We can track stuff like O2 voltage, O2 fuel trims, and throttle position...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 07-10-19
Replies: 6
Views: 610
Posted By Kaldek
That clean piston could well just be because it's...

That clean piston could well just be because it's had a decent continuous steam clean from coolant leaking into the cylinder from the head gasket failure.

There's only a few reasons I'd personally...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 07-10-19
Replies: 45
Views: 4,790
Posted By Kaldek
As part of completing the major service, I made...

As part of completing the major service, I made sure all of the bolts were fitted and nothing was broken. There's no more potential for alignment other than spacing out the tensioner pulley.
...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 22-09-19
Replies: 45
Views: 4,790
Posted By Kaldek
It may look off but it's straight, and has both...

It may look off but it's straight, and has both the through bolt and adjustment bolt. I don't adjust it unless the through bolt has a little tension on it, otherwise it can indeed go crooked.
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 21-09-19
Replies: 45
Views: 4,790
Posted By Kaldek
Here's the photo of a brand new 13A0915 belt...

Here's the photo of a brand new 13A0915 belt fitted, both running and static. Note that the wear on the fan pulley was caused by previous belt loosening and rubbing incidents.

13A0915 seems the...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 20-09-19
Replies: 45
Views: 4,790
Posted By Kaldek
When I first fitted the belt, it did sit that...

When I first fitted the belt, it did sit that way.

I've noticed that NH Pajeros in the wreckers tend to be the new or the older style Newer NH models have a plastic idler and the AC compressor...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 19-09-19
Replies: 45
Views: 4,790
Posted By Kaldek
No it's a metal one. I'm pretty sure I replaced...

No it's a metal one. I'm pretty sure I replaced it when I first bought the car (2017) because the bearing is new.
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 19-09-19
Replies: 45
Views: 4,790
Posted By Kaldek
Well it's been a week and my AC belt started to...

Well it's been a week and my AC belt started to squeak badly.

What I noticed has happened is that when I first fit the belt a week ago the outer edge of the belt was getting frayed by the outside...
Forum: Generation 4-3 Pajero 16-09-19
Replies: 23
Views: 4,101
Posted By Kaldek
Just a little extra note here for those with...

Just a little extra note here for those with petrol engines - if you notice a degradation of fuel consumption, particularly when on the freeway, it's worth either checking or replacing your O2...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 16-09-19
Replies: 10
Views: 1,019
Posted By Kaldek
So the answer to my question appears to be that...

So the answer to my question appears to be that $90 for a full set of WASP tie rod ends is fine.

That's cheap to me. I'll see if I can un-freeze my adjusters with the ol' Burnzomatic 8000 first.
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 15-09-19
Replies: 10
Views: 1,019
Posted By Kaldek
My NH Pajero tie rod nuts are frozen to the tube...

My NH Pajero tie rod nuts are frozen to the tube and an alignment is currently impossible. Considering new tie rods here if I can't un-freeze it with some heat, so....how cheap is "too" cheap for a...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 14-09-19
Replies: 8
Views: 531
Posted By Kaldek
For what it's worth when I'm tightening my crank...

For what it's worth when I'm tightening my crank bolt on my 3.0 NH Pajero, I use one of those large "cam sprocket holders" which come with pins that fit into the balancer. I torque the bolt down to...
Forum: Generation 3 Pajero 14-09-19
Replies: 13
Views: 3,348
Posted By Kaldek
By the way if you have a manual 2nd generation...

By the way if you have a manual 2nd generation pajero the breather is located just forward of the shift levers on top of the transfer case/gearbox. You can access it by removing the centre console...
Forum: Generation 3 Pajero 14-09-19
Replies: 13
Views: 3,348
Posted By Kaldek
Hi everyone, it's been a long time since someone...

Hi everyone, it's been a long time since someone posted on this topic, but I have had my own experience with this. My manual NH 3.0 Pajero had an almost totally wet transfer case all over, including...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 12-09-19
Replies: 7
Views: 610
Posted By Kaldek
Hi mate, I recently replaced the little plastic...

Hi mate, I recently replaced the little plastic bucket that goes on the bottom of the shift lever on my NH, so I needed to remove it.

You remove the lever from the top. It wasn't more than a few...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 12-09-19
Replies: 3
Views: 478
Posted By Kaldek
I wouldn't be surprised if a good old cam...

I wouldn't be surprised if a good old cam sprocket holder would also do the trick. I have one that came with multiple sized pins and it's adjustable in span.
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