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    Default Useful Mitsubishi Links

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    Various useful links to articles on the 4x4Community Forum


    External Links

    Videos of some nicely kitted out Mitsu's




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    Comments on the web which might help searching for documents

    • "Begbie wrote: They (manuals) are freely available via the web, if you use the right software to find them. I have file sharing software called EMULE, i did a search on pajero and voila - heaps of manuals, and loads of pics and rally movies"
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    Another site with loads of Mitsu tech info and manuals that can be downloaded:

    http://bojo.hopto.org/Auto/Japan/Mitsubishi/
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    Default Reverse light problem

    Hello Simon

    Pajero 3500 gls 1999

    I have been looking for a link to help me with finding the sensor for the reverse light. I looked on the gearbox and found lots of them but witch one is it?

    Regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonB View Post
    Feel free to add - I will keep these consolidated

    Various useful links to articles on the 4x4Community Forum


    External Links

    Videos of some nicely kitted out Mitsu's




    Projects



    Dakar History



    Comments on the web which might help searching for documents

    • "Begbie wrote: They (manuals) are freely available via the web, if you use the right software to find them. I have file sharing software called EMULE, i did a search on pajero and voila - heaps of manuals, and loads of pics and rally movies"

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenlus View Post
    Hello Simon

    Pajero 3500 gls 1999

    I have been looking for a link to help me with finding the sensor for the reverse light. I looked on the gearbox and found lots of them but witch one is it?

    Regards
    Ken






    In my Rebuild I had a look at that switch. - The reverse lights are on page 2 - My quoted post below.


    Quote Originally Posted by 4ePikanini View Post
    Spent last night troubleshooting why my reverse lights weren't working.

    Found the switch underneath the gearbox in 5 minutes as 45 minutes in the FSM yielded no results. grounded the two wires and the lights worked so the switch has to be the culprit.

    I removed the switch with great difficulty

    - my recommendation is to remove the console in the cabin to gain access to the big rubber grommet that feeds the wires from the tranny and transfer case switches. You can then unplug the harnass connector under the radio and push the rubber grommet through.

    The connector plug is just left of the date stamp in the picture below




    You then have enough space to get a 19 ring in there to the reverse switch.
    There is not enough space for the open end of the wrench so you have to use the ring with the wrench pointing to the front of the vehicle away from the switch. The only way to use the ring is to cut the two wires and feed them through as it won't go over the connector. - I'm just using lugs to connect them again.
    ( Ideally a 19mm brake line spanner bent in an S-shape would have been great - or a socket with a handle on it so you can feed the wires through the centre of it - but I can't go grinding my spanner 10o'clock at night now, can I?)


    I then had the switch out and the halfhearted attempt at fixing it by the previous guy was a laugh ( I wish my camera was working ) but I have experience on fixing this switch ( fixed one on the transfer case not so long ago )

    I chipped away at the plastic on top of the switch to expose some extra wire. Clean good with engine degreaser and then brush with soldering flux. After testing the switch and making sure it worked the way it should ( it just creates continuity between the 2 wires coming out of it - can't remember if it's at rest position or pressed in position ) I then soldered on some wires to extend the 2 wires that came out of it. I then used a strong epoxy like builder to cover my solders and strenthen that part of the switch. Also put some shrink sleeve right against the switch on the wires for some extra protection. - I'm very happe with it.

    tested it again to make sure I didn't make a boo boo and all is well.

    Fitted it and my reverse light don't work

    I then spotted the washer I forgot to put in so I'll get back onto it tonight as it was a bit late at that stage and centre console was snoring on the back seat

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    Default Triton 2.5 DI-D - 2007 Service Manual

    Package includes: Service Manual, Technical information manual, Body repair manual.
    Use the "Regular Download" option - to get it free. It is 200MB big.

    http://www.sendspace.com/file/n2ca39
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    Thanks for the cool links!

    By the way, Mitsubishi's Xplore magazine has recently started a Twitter account. Follow us on: XploreMag

    We retweet more cool Mitsusbishi-related links there.

    Cheers,
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    Various workshop manuals for various engines ,fuel systems and gearboxes

    Hope this helps

    http://www.mitsubishi-motors.kiev.ua/info.php?id=20

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    Colt diff lock engage, don't want to disengage. Even if power to diff lock is shut down. Please help!!!!!
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    Default Dave James

    I would appreaciate some advice.

    Is there any fundalmental improvement in real terms between the pajero swb 120 kw and the 140 kw.

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    Default Workshop manuals

    Hi Guys

    I have tried almost every link to get a manual for a colt 2004 2.8td D/C 4x4 or L200 as its other name ( I think )

    Im not the best computor boffon either but when I see all these download here or click here to download I just dont seem to get what I want please help

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik View Post
    Hi Guys

    I have tried almost every link to get a manual for a colt 2004 2.8td D/C 4x4 or L200 as its other name ( I think )

    Im not the best computor boffon either but when I see all these download here or click here to download I just dont seem to get what I want please help

    Thanks
    Erik
    Hi Erik

    I have also been trying, if you do succeed please let me know.

    regards

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    For the engine?

    Just google the following

    4m40 pdf manual

    You will find plenty.

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    Hi Guys

    Thanks for the info BUT it keeps on telling me error on web page eish

    shall keep trying

    thanks
    Pajero 2006 3.2 Glx
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    I got it by George I got it

    Now all I need is one for the body steering rack and suspension etc etc etc Hi Brunco do as Marius suggest I had to right click first to save as target then it worked

    Thanks Guys
    Last edited by Erik; 2012/07/26 at 05:57 PM.
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    Default 4m40 manual

    send me a mail then i can mail u the manual my email is nicoglta@gmail.com

    Quote Originally Posted by Erik View Post
    Hi Guys

    I have tried almost every link to get a manual for a colt 2004 2.8td D/C 4x4 or L200 as its other name ( I think )

    Im not the best computor boffon either but when I see all these download here or click here to download I just dont seem to get what I want please help

    Thanks
    Erik

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    Complete Denso fuel system manual for 4m41 and 4d56.

    http://www.newtriton.net/phpbb/viewt...p?f=38&t=18306

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    Default online service and engine manual

    http://faq.out-club.ru/download/paje...1/index_M2.htm

    Found this quite usefull

    Cheers !!

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