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I think they bolt up, would probably only need the spiggot bearing from the manual one put into the auto motor, they just press into the centre of the rear crank flange, very cheap part & probably easier to use a new one rather than trying to get the old one out. Have seen sigma engines bolted into these before too, look to bolt straight in.
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.
You have to crack the injectors, or loosen the fuel line going into each injectors. Then have someone help you by turning the motor over, letting fuel and air bleed out around the fitting that you loosen at the injectors. You will see air & fuel start spraying out around the point of breaking the lines. When you see a good flow of fuel. Tighten everyting back up tight. It should run ruff for a few seconds. Then you should be back to normal.