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    Re: What did you do to your Mitsu Today ?

    Decided that the side steps(running boards or whatever) looked rather corroded, especially the sheet metal angle and mounting brackets. Previous owner or dealership had slapped some black paint over...
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    Re: Pajero Sport Thread

    So I eventually decided to do my shocks, or so i thought. I got the rears as Midas after shopping around a bit. Told the missus that this is simple job, two bolts and two nuts.... Well after much...
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    Re: Pajero OBD2, Torque Pro and Cats.

    Hi All
    Just reposting some information on the OBD II for Mitsubishi,

    https://www.4x4community.co.za/forum/showthread.php/298857-Know-your-numbers?highlight=
    It does help to know what the default...
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    Re: Pajero Sport rear parking sensors

    Hi Maddiver

    Have you tried to set the sensitivity as you might if you have a trailer hooked up and dont want continual beep when reversing? Its in the handbook somewhere.

    I would also try to...
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    Re: Question on SCV

    HI all

    Thankyou all for the responses. I will try the Nissan part (A6860-VM09A) as it seems to be the correct one.
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    Question on SCV

    HI all

    My SCV finally looks like its given in after intermitently messing around for the last 2 years. (it could literally be 6 months to a year without symptoms)

    Vehicle is 2010 Pajero Sport...
  7. Re: Viecar 4.0 Bluetooth ELM327 OBD2 Scanner for Android/IOS

    HI

    See my previous post. Not sure if its got the same features as yours. but works well enough. Its also Viecar. Some other models didn't work on the PJS.

    Enjoy! its a great piece of kit to...
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    Re: Affordable ATF for Pajero

    I bought 5 liters of ATF at the Multifranchise in Centurion. Its the correct Mistubishi ATF SPIII. I was shocked at it was much cheaper than the 4 l (tin can). :o Part number: MZ320101.

    I had...
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    Re: What did you do to your Mitsu Today ?

    Looking good for 270K!
  10. Re: When is a intercooler on a turbo diesel really needed?

    If the values read from the OBDII port can be believed (I see no reason why ) the inlet temperature displayed is ambient and around (e.g 25C), the manifold temperature after the turbo is normally...
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    Re: Know your numbers

    Hi Kelpie

    I would have thought that the genuine ELM327 would have worked better as it responds to more codes, thererfore more protocols. The protocol that seems to work on my vehicles is ISO...
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    Know your numbers

    HI All

    I recently bought a mid range OBDII scan tool for my Pajero Sport. Displays some interesting figures. I'm skeptical of some of these as I'm not sure that the codes are being read (or...
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    Re: How Many KM's has your 3.2 DID done?

    2010 3.2 177000km Going very well.
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    Re: Pajero Sport 3,2 Front brake disks and Pads

    Sorry cant tell you about disks
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    Re: Pajero Sport 3,2 Front brake disks and Pads

    Got MESSI pads from Motozone Midrand around R650. Part Number is on the picture. I have had no problems in 18 months with them.

    Probably have the box at home somewhere.
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    STAR Stop Midrand N1

    Does anyone know what is happening with the STAR Stop in Midrand (N1)?

    Its been closed since last year and I assumed it was for a refurbishment. Appears nothing is going on there.
    Apparently,...
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    Re: Paj Sport Brake Calipers

    Probably the caliper moving on the pins causing the noise. Had a Kia once that was terrible like that , sounded like major suspension issue, but touch the brake pedal and the noise instantly...
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    Re: Help on SRS Codes.

    Thanks

    Like i said I'm not even sure that the PJS has the junction block as shown. I had a second -more thorough look but still cant find any additional fuses.
    I guess its off to the experts on...
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    Help on SRS Codes.

    HI all

    My Airbag light came on some time back and I haven't had the money to take it in for checking.
    Just recently a colleague got his hands on a scanner tool that reads the SRS codes and I...
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    Re: Pajero Sport Fog/Parking Lights

    When I bought my 2010 PS two years back, all the fog lights (front and rear were broken). Maybe previous owned parked somewhere and p---ssd some on off..

    The dealer tried to do some serious...
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    Sticky: Re: Mitsubishi Pics....

    Getting the mud washed off in the rain at Nottingham road
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    Re: What did you do to your Mitsu Today ?

    It was around 9.2 . Vehicle obviously less a bed and some tables now, but trailer still full of my tools. I did keep speed to around 115KM/h.
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    Re: What did you do to your Mitsu Today ?

    Helped Daughter move to new house in the Natal Midlands.
    The PS is made for those D roads or perhaps the D roads are made for that Vehicle. I'm sure the PS raised its suspension in anticipation of...
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    Re: Pajero Sport Thread

    Just recently done the oils . The front Diff and transfer case oils were pretty dark. Small amount of fur on the magnetic plugs.

    I battled to get the rear diff drain plug out . Modified sockets ,...
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    Re: Pajero Sport. Rear diff lock in 4HLC

    Ja, my late father always said "Know your vehicle". He meant; Size, capabilities. power etc"

    So it boils down to the fact that now many of us have learned to "know" our vehicles and that it is...
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    Re: Pajero Sport. Rear diff lock in 4HLC

    Ok , So I'm not going mad . It appears that the earlier PJS have this (lets call it a feature). Although it doesn't seem to be of much use.

    So far we have:

    Good for dune driving.
    Bad for...
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    Re: Pajero Sport. Rear diff lock in 4HLC

    Like Teryos Said. I also thought it was not possible.

    I will also check again. As far as i know, the PJS 3.2 2010 has the Super Select system. Cant say for the later 2.5 models.
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    Re: Pajero Sport. Rear diff lock in 4HLC

    Most definitely. I Always stop, Gear in Park or N and then engage 4HLC or 4LLC.
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    Re: Pajero Sport. Rear diff lock in 4HLC

    Didn't think of it that way (dune driving would definitely require some speed).

    Maybe I should go back and read the manual. Its funny how something like this gets stuck in your head and limits...
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    Re: Pajero Sport. Rear diff lock in 4HLC

    Thanks Williepiet
    You are right. The only way of telling low range is when you pull off. However with the autobox it flips to second almost immediately (unless you lock it in manual mode). You...
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    Pajero Sport. Rear diff lock in 4HLC

    Just a question or statement.

    I assumed that it was not possible to lock the rear diff in anything but low range 4LLC.

    When i was testing the drive train the other day (on sand road), I Was...
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    Re: What did you do to your Mitsu Today ?

    Its in the President Park area. (see map) The locals are probably watching out for me. But seriously a speeding car probably kicks up more dust than i did.

    The sand roads just allow for one to...
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    Re: What did you do to your Mitsu Today ?

    Changed the front diff and transfer case oils. Really battled to loosen the filler and drain plugs as King Kong had tightened them and rounded the edges off.



    Going to get to rear diff another...
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    Re: What did you do to your Mitsu Today ?

    Took it to the gym.!

    Drove around on the sand roads here in Midrand during lunch break. Tested high and low range, center and rear diff locks.
    Tested hard braking with and without ABS on.
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    Re: Pajero Sport Thread

    I took all mine out , sanded them lightly and resprayed them. Found silver spray that is almost the same as the original. I also took out the steering wheel control plastics and spayed them. They had...
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