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My 03 turbo diesel pajero has a problem with the temp gauge, it is eratic it goes up and down while driving and after i has left the car cool down for over two hours it starts with the gauge climming to the peak and slowly comes down even when the engine is cool to touch and the radiator water is still cool. Any ideas??

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You have gas entering the cooling system from a leaking engine cylinder head gasket.

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Hi, there is a little cable that in on the starter motor, probably you have just disconnect it, it happens to my pajero lot of times. look around the starter motor for a cable that is not going somewhere and then locate the little connector on the top and rear part of the starting motor. if this is not the case then try another battery, pretty sure one of the two is the problem.

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REMOVE RAD CAP AND RUN ENGINE AT 3000RPM WITH ALL HEATERS ON SOUNDS LIKE AIR LOCK, ALSO CHECK IF HOSES ARE HOT

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Have a look at the thermostat.
If it's blocked shut, there won't be the circulation through the rad.
You may need to invest in some 'radweld' type treatment too.
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