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    Quote Originally Posted by 12richardk View Post
    Thats a lot normally I was told if one goes change both , but if you do all the work then no , I assume its the entire hub
    Right side was noisy and had quite a lot of play. Left side is quite with zero play.

    I usually change both as a matter of principle but at this cost I'll wait until the left gets noisy.
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    Dana baai on holiday

    Not the best pic but 2 ewes and a ram walking down the road

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    Well documented in Saldanha, must be a site to see

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    Came back from golf tour via seweweekspoort pass again and via the weird Steytlerville road

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    However, had some gremlins

    Car went limp mode twice in PE. Luckily it behaved all the way to East London and then the last ten kilometres it went full limp.

    After driving from Paarl, tored as I am, I dug in.

    Wastegate actuator pipe is fine
    Took wastgate diaphragm off and it operates fine. No leaks
    Wastegate arm moves freely (another tick for 2so)

    I suspect the generic boost sensor from a few months ago is playing up

    We travelled mostly in 37+ celsius conditions..... Maybe a factor



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    Quote Originally Posted by MariusFourie View Post
    However, had some gremlins

    Car went limp mode twice in PE. Luckily it behaved all the way to East London and then the last ten kilometres it went full limp.

    After driving from Paarl, tored as I am, I dug in.

    Wastegate actuator pipe is fine
    Took wastgate diaphragm off and it operates fine. No leaks
    Wastegate arm moves freely (another tick for 2so)

    I suspect the generic boost sensor from a few months ago is playing up

    We travelled mostly in 37+ celsius conditions..... Maybe a factor



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    Have you given both map sensor pipes and the metal piece between them a clean. Sometimes those pipes also develop little tears. When my map was faulty last year I also got full limp mode in carnavron after I switched off. I unlpuggef the map and disconnected the battery, plugged the map back in and reconnected and she was good, could carry on again at semi limp mode (manual says 70% reduction in power) so could still cruise home at over 120, just took a bit longer to get there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChasingSunsets View Post
    Have you given both map sensor pipes and the metal piece between them a clean. Sometimes those pipes also develop little tears. When my map was faulty last year I also got full limp mode in carnavron after I switched off. I unlpuggef the map and disconnected the battery, plugged the map back in and reconnected and she was good, could carry on again at semi limp mode (manual says 70% reduction in power) so could still cruise home at over 120, just took a bit longer to get there.
    Mine is reading overboost.

    Which means either wastegate or sensor.

    Wastegate seems fine so I reckon that bidorbuy sensor is dud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MariusFourie View Post
    Mine is reading overboost.

    Which means either wastegate or sensor.

    Wastegate seems fine so I reckon that bidorbuy sensor is dud.
    Yea I had the same code, it was the sensor. When that code pops up its 99% of the time the map or the map tubing.

    I got my map sensor from master parts in strand. It's a euro man part and it cost R350. Seems to still be working find

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    So a bit of feedback

    Took the wastegate diaphragm off.

    Diaphragm has no leaks
    Wastegate arm moves like new
    I decided to clean the piping that exits the manifold en route to the sensor

    100km so far and no issues. Torque app logging also shows no anomolies.

    Touch wood, but it seems there may have been a slight blockage from the piping the exits the intake manifold.

    There is a second hand genuine sensor at postnet waiting collection. It will go in the parts box in the boot. If it's there, I know I'll never need it.
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    Just looks right

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    Marius have you done dash mods to stop the shaky baby?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitsu Fan View Post
    Marius have you done dash mods to stop the shaky baby?

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    The car came with brackets installed already. The dash is still a bit rattly compared to some other cars but at acceptable levels now. I have spent a considerable amount of time adding padding, screws and strengthening. I think there are about 10 sock balls shoved in the dash in strategic places as well. I have also just installed a cheap android double din without CD rom as its a lot lighter and should put less strain on the dash moving.

    Most of the rattles these days come from the center console. An area I have tackled but will tackle again when I have time.

    The center console is especially noisy if it has loose stuff in it.
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    Interesting that it has brackets.either me or Kurt must have done it
    Push on the dash in line with the cluster where it meets the window.If there is a loosness then the cable ties have maybe not been done

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    Thanks guys.

    My dash was done by Kurt. I recently experimented with a tablet as a road cam. I mounted this on the ledge of the display unit. It really bounced around as if nothing had been installed.

    Thus I was wondering if any additional mods are out there..

    John, some guys on the Pajero WhatsApp Group are asking about who does the brackets. Are you still in the game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.G View Post
    Interesting that it has brackets.either me or Kurt must have done it
    Push on the dash in line with the cluster where it meets the window.If there is a loosness then the cable ties have maybe not been done
    Hi Mr. G
    Small correction to your post. Mitsubishi installed brackets in my Pajero's dash (which they called a "field modification") before you and Kurt got stuck in. First time was at the 75k km service, which didn't make any real impact. Then at the 90k km service, Mitsubishi sent their regional service manager to Nelspruit to redo the job. He showed me the small, useless brackets that came out. He installed "firmer" brackets, which definitely made a difference, but not enough. After that you and Kurt did the real thing. (You may also remember that you then fitted rubber strips to most of the interior plastic panels of my beautiful, red 3.8V6 - which had me nominate you for President).
    So there definitely were some brackets installed by Mitsubishi, but I'm sure not many, because Mitsubishi always maintained the dash was within design specifications.
    PS: you guys also "published" how to DIY the mod, so there could be a few individual attempts out there as well.
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    Ahh yes.Forgot about their fix

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.G View Post
    Ahh yes.Forgot about their fix
    John, some guys on the Pajero WhatsApp Group are asking about who does the brackets. Are you still in the game?

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    I don't mind the discussion here but perhaps we should start a separate thread on this to keep the info together?
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    Katberg to East London.

    Fully loaded
    With aircon
    But driving 110km/h (105 gps) on cruise control

    If its hilly terrain, my right foot took over to save fuel.

    Amazing what you can achieve in an aero brick when fuel becomes more expensive per liter than cheap booze.

    Don't change your car to save fuel. Change your driving style. Drive less. Plan trips better to avoid driving at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MariusFourie View Post
    Katberg to East London.

    Fully loaded
    With aircon
    But driving 110km/h (105 gps) on cruise control

    If its hilly terrain, my right foot took over to save fuel.

    Amazing what you can achieve in an aero brick when fuel becomes more expensive per liter than cheap booze.

    Don't change your car to save fuel. Change your driving style. Drive less. Plan trips better to avoid driving at all.

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    When I still had my gen 3 diesel auto. Going from howick to Pretoria I did actual by calculating fuel litres and km traveled 8l/100km (12km/l) and with towing a venter trailer (empty) and 3 adults and 1 child in car with luggage for all of us.
    They are able to give good consumption. I also used cruise control and set it on speedo to just on the 100km/h .


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