Question about Mitsubishi Cars & Trucks
I have just removed a head of a 1992 mitsubishi 6g72 pajero motor expecting to see a blown gasket as the system was presurised and leaking water every where with all spark plugs removed. after close inspection of the gasket it doesnt seem to be damaged at all. nor does the head appear warped or cracked what am i missing . i have just purchased this car
You are missing the cause, the next step is to PRESSURE TEST the head, a machine shop does that for you. Long story short, something, somewhere is damaged, keep investigating until you find it.
Posted on Feb 23, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The factory paint code is normally inside the engine bay by the firewall. It would be a sticker type/nameplate for external color and would have three digit number such as G13 or WWP or A31. It could also be found at radiator support, driver door jamb, passenger or door jamb.
Alternately, there would be several variations of green:
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Posted on Jul 16, 2008
SOURCE: Blown head gasket
i think you are reffering to a 4D56 engine. just type 4D56 workshop manual .pdf download on your browser and you fill find several free downloads. everything you need to overhaul the engine is there
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
The AT Temp light refers to the temperature of the automatic transmission fluid. If worked very hard the tranny will heat up quite a bit and the switch will close telling you the tranny is getting too hot. If this happpens, park your Pajero and keep the engine running and allow the engine to idle, this will help cool the fluid and the light will rurn off. Given the year of your Pajero, a tranny filter / fluid replacement would be a good thing. I have a 1990 Montero (here in the US) and the over heat switch on my tranny failed so light was always on, had to replace the switch. I believe the switch can be found in a tranny coolant line.
Please let me know if this assisted you.
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
here are the 7 cable locations and pin numbers.
Pin 1 Yellow L/H Direction Indicator
Pin 2 Blue Rear Fog Lamps
Pin 3 White Earth Return
Pin 4 Green R/H Direction Indicator
Pin 5 Brown R/H Tail & No, Plate Light
Pin 6 Red Stop Lamps
Pin 7 Black L/H Tail & No, Plate Lights
I found the easiest way to locate the correct wires in the loom is to turn on the lights required and use a circuit tester and splice into the main loom where you have enough wire to play with. Try not to cut the loom as it only causes more problems with bad connections and joins.
Posted on May 05, 2011
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