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You might as well take the HBB out and have a look at the motor commutator condition, and then do a full flush of brake fluid.,
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Said with all due respect, but why pull out the HBB?

He's already bought an accumulator. Why not wait to see if that fixes the problem. Then, if it does, why not leave well enough alone?

I agree with the brake fluid flush though & would add to that, our ABS ECU was re-set after the accumulator was fitted too
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As a precaution to have a look at the condition of the commutator segments on the armature.

If the accumulator is already having problems then the motor might not be too far behind.

Besides it's not too hard to pull the HBB unit out. Might as well have the unit out to easier access the accumulator.
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UPDATE: I've since found out that you can purchase the lower motor assembly from Mitsubishi. Part number MN102843 (shown as 54242 in their diagrams, I will make a new post in this thread). Price in WA on 2/7/15 was AUD917.40

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So, how to repair the motor. You can't purchase the motor seperately. Oh no, that would be way too easy and cheap.

Hi, I have a doubt, I finally don't know if the motor of the HBB can be purchased separately or not in the Mitsubishi dealer. I am confused if it's the part MN102843 or not.


If someone can clarify me about it I will be very grateful.


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Best to contact mitsubishi or check your VIN against a parts catalogue.

Your NT seems to have a 4m40 engine?
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Your NT seems to have a 4m40 engine?

Right, I'm from Costa Rica, the Mitsubishi dealer sells the Pajero with the Montero name, and here you can still find new NX models with the 4M40 engine, they are very popular here, more than 4M41.


My brakes are fine, I was just curious.


Here's a pic of the 4M40 in an NX.


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