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    Model Details

    (Note - more applicable to the Auzzie Market)

    Gen 1

    NA model Jan 83-Nov 84
    swb 2.6 petrol & 2.3TD 5sp (KM145) only
    Hi-roof lwb introduced in May 84 with 2.6 petrol & 2.3TD

    NB model Nov 84-Nov 85
    same variants as above except 2.3TD not available with swb

    NC model Nov 85-Oct 86
    same variants as above except hi-roof lwb is replaced with low-roof version

    ND model Oct 86-Oct 87
    swb 2.6 petrol 5sp (KM145)
    lwb 2.6 petrol & 2.5TD 5sp (KM145)
    Optional non lock up 4sp auto (KM14 for 2.6 petrol

    NE model Oct 87-Sept 88
    same variants as above
    2.6 Jap petrol replaced with improved locally Oz made Astron 2 versions

    NF model Sept 88-Sept 89
    same variants as above
    3.0 V6 introduced for lwb with 5sp (V5MT1) or 4sp auto (KM14
    3 link coil spring rear and rear disc brakes

    NG model Sept 89-Apr 91
    same variants as above except KM148 replaced with lock up 4sp V4AW2
    2.5TD was intercooled in 1990

    Gen 2

    NH model Apr 91-Nov 93
    swb 2.6 petrol 5sp (V5M21) leaf springs 3.0 V6 5sp (V5MT1) rear coils
    lwb 2.6 petrol 5sp (V5M21) leaf springs 2.5TD 5sp (V5M21) leaf springs 2.5TDI 5sp (V5MT1) rear coils 3.0 V6 5sp (V5MT1) or 4sp auto (V4AW2) rear coils

    NJ model Nov 93-Mar 97
    rear leaf springs dropped everything now 3 link coils
    swb 3.0 V6 5sp (V5MT1) or 4sp auto (V4AW2)
    lwb 2.8D 5sp (V5M21) 2.8TDI 5sp (V5M31) 3.0 V6 5sp (V5MT1) or 4 sp auto (V4AW2)
    Luxury Exceed model 3.5 DOHC V6 lwb 4 sp auto (V4AW3)
    Sep 95 3.5 DOHC V6 made standard across range (3.0 V6 dropped)

    NK model Mar 97-Oct 97
    swb 3.5 DOHC V6 5sp (V5M31) or 4sp auto (V4AW3)
    lwb 2.8TDI 5sp (V5M31) 3.5 DOHC V6 5sp (V5M31) or 4sp auto (V4AW3)

    NL model Oct 97-Jul 00 (known as Gen 2.5 in US)
    swb same as NK
    lwb same as NK except 3.5 DOHC V6 replaced with 3.5 SOHC V6

    Gen 3
    NM model Jul 00-Oct 02 (monocoque body / IRS)
    swb dropped from range
    lwb 2.8TDI 5sp (V5M31) 3.5 SOHC V6 5sp (V5M31) or new 5sp tiptronic auto (V5A51 Invecs 2)
    Aug 02 3.2 DID introduced (2.8TDI dropped)

    NP model Oct 02-
    traction / stability control introduced
    lwb 3.5 SOHC V6 5sp (V5M31) or 5sp auto (V5A51) 3.2 DID 5sp (V5M31) or 5sp auto (V5A51)
    Oct 03 3.8 SOHC introduced only with 5sp auto (V5A51)
    Jan 05 MATT (Mitsu All Terrain Technology) introduced across model range

    Engine Power Outputs

    Gen 1

    2.6 Jap (4G54) = 76Kw 192Nm
    2.6 Oz (4G54) = 79Kw 196Nm
    2.3TD (4D55T) = 62Kw 188Nm
    3.0 V6 (6G72) = 105Kw 228Nm
    2.5TD (4D56T) = 62Kw 201Nm
    2.5TDI (4D56TI) = 70Kw 240Nm

    Gen 2

    2.6 Oz (4G54) = 79Kw 196Nm
    3.0 V6 (6G72) = 109Kw 234Nm
    2.5TDI (4D56TI) = 73Kw 240Nm
    2.8D (4M40) = 71Kw 198Nm
    2.8TDI (4M40) = 92Kw 292Nm
    3.5 DOHC V6 (6G74) = 153Kw 300Nm
    3.5 SOHC V6 (6G74) 140Kw 303Nm

    Gen 3

    2.8TDI (4M40) = 92Kw 292Nm
    3.5 SOHC V6 (6G74) = 140Kw 303Nm
    3.2 DID (4M41) = 121Kw 373Nm
    3.8 SOHC V6 (6G75) = 150Kw 314Nm

    T/case & Final Drive Ratio's

    Gen 1

    2.3TD = 4.875, 5.29
    2.6 / 2.5TD = 4.625, 4.875
    2.5TDI = 4.625, 4.875
    3.0 V6 = 4.625, 4.875
    t/case = 1.944:1 low range for 2.6, 2.3TD & 2.5TD, 1.925:1 for 3.0 V6

    Gen 2

    2.6 = 4.875
    2.5TD & 2.5TDI = 4.875, 5.29
    3.0 V6 = 4.625, 4.875
    2.8D = 4.875
    2.8TDI = 4.90
    3.5 DOHC V6 = 4.636
    t/case = 1.925:1 low range for 2.6, 2.5TD, 2.5TDI & 3.0 V6, 1.90:1 for 2.8TDI & 3.5 DOHC V6

    Gen 3

    2.8TDI = 4.90 5sp man
    3.2 DID = 3.90 5sp auto or 4.10 for 5sp man
    3.5 SOHC V6 = 4.30 5sp man & 5sp auto
    3.8 SOHC V6 = 4.30 5sp auto
    t/case = 1.90:1 for all

    Axle Data

    Gen 1

    2.6, 2.3TD, 2.5TD & 2.5TDI (some) :-
    front axle = 25 spline, 29mm diameter, diff = 7.25" diameter (low pinion)
    rear axle = 28 spline, 30.5mm diameter, diff = 8" diameter
    3.0V6 :-
    front axle = 28 spline, 29mm diameter, diff = 8" diameter (low pinion)
    rear axle = 28 spline, 30.5mm diameter, diff = 9" diameter

    Gen 2

    3.0V6 :-
    same as Gen 1 except for NH & NJ auto has 7.25" diameter front diff (high pinion) NH & NJ 5sp man has 8" diameter front diff (high pinion)
    2.5TDI :-
    same as NH & NJ auto
    3.5V6 & 2.8TDI :-
    front axle = 28 spline, 29mm diameter, diff = 8" diameter (high pinion)
    rear axle = 31 spline, 33.5mm diameter, diff = 9.5" diameter

    Gen 3

    3.5V6, 2.8TDI, 3.2DID, 3.8V6
    front axle = 28 spline, 29mm diameter, diff = 8" diameter (high pinion)
    rear axle = 33 spline, 36mm diameter, diff = 9.5" diameter

    Note :- Mitsu factory Aisin manual hubs (found on some models - Gen 1 or Gen 2 base models & Tritons) are interchangeable and will retrofit to all Gen 2 models with super select.
    These will not fit to a Gen 3 model as they run solid one piece hub flanges (non-removable).

    Brake Data

    Gen 1

    swb
    front = NA-ND 255mm vented discs (20mm thick) single piston calipers (53.97mm pistons)
    front = NE-NG 258mm vented discs (22mm thick) single piston calipers (57.15mm pistons)
    rear = NA-ND 254mm drums (20.64mm wheel cylinder)
    rear = NE-NG 254mm drums (22.23mm wheel cylinder)
    lwb
    front = NA-NE 275mm vented discs (20mm thick) single piston calipers (57.15mm pistons)
    front = NF-NG (3.0V6) 276mm vented discs (22mm thick) twin piston calipers (42.8mm pistons)
    rear = drums NA-ND same as swb, NE-NG same as swb
    rear = NF-NG (3.0V6) 315mm solid discs (18mm thick) single piston calipers (42.8mm pistons)

    Gen 2

    front = NH-NJ (3.0V6) 276mm vented discs (24mm thick) twin piston calipers (42.8mm pistons)
    front = NJ-NL (3.5V6) 276mm vented discs (27mm thick) twin piston calipers (42.8mm pistons)
    front = NK & NL GLS only 314mm vented discs (24mm thick) twin piston calipers (42.8mm pistons)
    rear = NH-NL 315mm solid discs (18mm thick) single piston calipers (42.8mm pistons)
    Note :- NH GL base models had rear drum brakes same as Gen 1 NE-NG
    Also NK & NL GLS models have to run 16" rims to clear the bigger front rotors.

    Gen 3

    front = NM-NP 290mm vented discs (26mm thick) twin piston calipers (45.4mm pistons)
    rear = NM-NP 300mm vented discs (22mm thick) single piston calipers (44.5mm pistons)


    GEN4 Info

    (See PDF file)

    Also here:

    LWB http://members.optushome.com.au/hurr...20Brochure.pdf

    SWB http://www.mitsubishi-motors.com.au/...vehicle=Pajero

    NS Pajero Product Info http://members.optushome.com.au/hurricane1/NSPajero.pdf
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    GLS = grand
    GLX = ,more basic

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    Hi Simon, Where or what can I do to replace my right front hub the splines have no grip any more
    Regards
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    Hi, I am thinking of buying a Pajero 3L Petrol, SWB 2nd Generation. I think its a 1997 model. What are your comments on this vehicles onroad and offroad capabilities and comfort?

    Thanks

    Mike

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    Default Pajero Specs

    Hi Friends,

    My local 4x4 Dealer is having trouble to find out what kind of axles and ratios.
    I got on my Pajero, he has run the VIN but got no results at all.
    He's even asking me where my Pajero was manufactured.

    I thought they are all made in Japan, right?

    Well, here's my VIN, maybe someone in the Forum could give me an idea where to look, or how to find out what differential size i have....

    7.25" or 8"

    VIN: JMBORV430WJ00329
    1997 Pajero LWB V6 3000 24V with Auto Transmission



    Thanks and cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by viducce View Post
    Hi Friends,

    My local 4x4 Dealer is having trouble to find out what kind of axles and ratios.
    I got on my Pajero, he has run the VIN but got no results at all.
    He's even asking me where my Pajero was manufactured.

    I thought they are all made in Japan, right?

    Well, here's my VIN, maybe someone in the Forum could give me an idea where to look, or how to find out what differential size i have....

    7.25" or 8"

    VIN: JMBORV430WJ00329
    1997 Pajero LWB V6 3000 24V with Auto Transmission

    Thanks and cheers,

    Chris
    Your car was manufactured in Japan (thats the first J) and is a Mitsubishi (thats the first M). It was manufactured in the Nagoya factory (thats the last J)

    For some comprehensive info on ratios, take a look at this thread: http://www.pajerio.com/forum/change-...a-parts?page=1 where there is a detailed list of Motor and Gearbox Combos.
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    Default Need help with 1st pajero Sport

    HI all, i am in the process of buying my first Pajero Sport.
    And would like some advice on it if you guys would not mind.

    2009 Pajero Sport
    gold
    150 530km
    lots of extras

    Take A Walk On The Wide Side, Tow Bar With Step, Side Runners, Full Arb Metal Bumper, A Drill System, Lift Kit, Spot Lights, Snorkel, Rear Pdc, Stone Deflectors Headlights An, Bonnet Protector, Electric Windows All Round, Side Electric Mirrors, 4X4 With Diff Lock, All Terrain Tyres Bf Goodrich.

    FOR R219 000
    trade is like around R270's.

    here are some pics. would really like to hear your thoughts on this.
    I would really appreciate any help i can get.

    Thanks guys
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    That sport used to belong to Shanee on the forum here! Recognized it from pics he posted on the Pajero Sport thread. Why don't you PM him for info.
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    Thanks will do.

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    Unhappy should i sell my pajero?

    Hi gents. Im got a smaĺl problem im new to the 4x4 comunity. But has been getting tips here for ages an desided 2 join . I got myself a club cab and dont need my swb pajero anymore
    should i sell it or keep it What would u do advice pls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renier modder-gat View Post
    Hi gents. Im got a smaĺl problem im new to the 4x4 comunity. But has been getting tips here for ages an desided 2 join . I got myself a club cab and dont need my swb pajero anymore


    should i sell it or keep it What would u do advice pls.


    Give more details about your SWB and then we can comment
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    Can someone please explain how to distinguish a "Blister Fender" ?
    Thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcoP View Post
    Can someone please explain how to distinguish a "Blister Fender" ?
    Thank you
    Look at the fenders.
    If they are 'flat', its not a blister fender.
    If they have 'blisters', it is.
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    Hi simon

    what would your advise be to better the consumption on my 2007 3.2 pajero other than a light foot - that i have. Does anyone know the max chip - do they work?

    Tx

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    What is the best oil to use in a 3.5 v6 (6G74) petrol engine. I know the diesel guys swear by Delo 400.
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    Does anybody have details of exactly what date the 140KW version of the Gen4 3.2DiD was released in SA, or how would one distinguish between the two when looking at the car and/or Engine number? I know it was late 2010 or early 2011.
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    Kurt It was 1 June 2010 according to the Auto Dealers Guide. Old M&M code was 45090553 and new one 45090554. Hope that helps
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