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2002 Mitsubishi pajero code 35 F/W engage switch. centre diff light flashes, Where is this switch

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Have a helper put it in first gear and then check to see if any of the driveshafts or half shafts are spinning. U could have a broken axle, or one of your axles popped out. Or u could have spun all the fiber or lining off your clutch disk. With car running try to shift in to gear without depressing the clutch if it goes into gear with no grinds then it your disk. just a few simple tricks to try.

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An Auto mechanic got a rear bearing of my Mitsubishi Outlander (2003 model) fixed but I noticed a problem thereafter: the ABS indicator on the dash board stays on perpetually whenever I start the car. How do I get this fixed?

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SOURCE: 98 jeep LSD Dana 35

Most differential failures are either caused by low fluid level (burnout),
"Shock loading", which can be caused by accelerating hard on an icy surface, sand, etc. then "hooking up" on a better surface while under power, or,just getting on it really hard in a forward gear after backing up without rolling a bit in drive to close the lash between the gears.
Material failure: In which case, a flaw in a casting allows normal stress to cause a failure without the operator doing anything unusual.
Your question about over-loading would not be valid in your case unless the overloading was coupled with one of the above. Generally, overloading will just cause the gears to overheat because the load will cause the lube to squeeze out from between the gear teeth and cause excessive friction generated heat. (why heavier lube is recommended for towing).
One recommendation though...once one diff bearing fails, replace them all. (rebuild the unit) Debris from one bearing is carried to all bearings and causes microscopic wear which will result in another failure.
Rebuilding is part technology and part "art-form" requiring experience and the proper tools. It is expensive. It may be better to find a replacement (wheel to wheel) in a scrapyard though if it's a posi, that may be difficult.

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Pajeros have a air operated solenoid to disengage/engage the front hubs and centre diff lock. the solenoids themselves can stick if aged. to replace them is about $200 each (two or more of them). I found thata bit of WD40/ CRC soaking inside the airhoses and solenoides and enagge/disengage action of the hubs frees it up again. Do this while stationery in neutral and motor running. The solenoids are located inside the engine bay just behind the drivers side headlight. They will have some black rubber air tubes in/out of them. When you engage/disengage you should hear a little whirring and slight clunk and the hub locks/unlocks. If very aged, you may need to move the car forward/backward for the hub locking mechanisim to find its opening. Once disengaged, the orange light should go out. The aftermarket workshop manual by Max Ellery fully describes this process and is about $30 ON eBAY.

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On the dash of my 92 pajero the two front wheels keep flashing green when its not in 4x4 how ever i degreased under the engine and gearbox and realised after.that the lights had stop flashing until my son...


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http://schematicsdiagram.blogspot.com/2012/01/4x4-truck-makes-roaring-noise-in-front.html

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Car will not go into 4WD high or 4WD low?


http://schematicsdiagram.blogspot.com/2011/12/car-will-not-go-into-4wd-high-or-4wd.html

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No 4x4 light on dash?

http://repairhelpcenter.blogspot.com/2011/12/no-4x4-light-on-dash.html

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4 wheel drive system will not disengage?

http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2012/01/4-wheel-drive-system-will-not-disengage.html

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4WD light is flashing and beeping? NO 4WD high?

http://schematicsdiagram.blogspot.in/2012/02/4wd-light-is-flashing-and-beeping-no.html

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2002 Jeep Wrangler: 4WD Idiot Light is ON?

http://technoanswers.blogspot.in/2012/06/2002-jeep-wrangler-4wd-idiot-light-is.html

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Traction control switch will not engage on 4WD High or Low

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Nov 28, 2012 | 1992 Mitsubishi Pajero

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My mitsubishi pajero won't engage or disengage from 4wd


You will need the system scanned for fault codes.

Apr 24, 2012 | 1992 Mitsubishi Pajero

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Centre diff warning light flashing constantly, also stability programme light showing "off"


The centre diff is the vehicle's transfer case, the gearbox which switches to 4wd or all wheel drive. It is inter active with the stability system, so when on senses a fault, it'll send an error message to the other system. Have it checked by a technician who can plug in a scanner that will help pinpoint the source of the problem.

Sep 09, 2011 | Mitsubishi Montero Cars & Trucks

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The orange light in the center (lock) keeps flashing while driving(the 4wd section on the dashboard) . I drive a mitsubishi pajero io,but at the carcategory I filled in some other model because the pajero...


Pajeros have a air operated solenoid to disengage/engage the front hubs and centre diff lock. the solenoids themselves can stick if aged. to replace them is about $200 each (two or more of them). I found thata bit of WD40/ CRC soaking inside the airhoses and solenoides and enagge/disengage action of the hubs frees it up again. Do this while stationery in neutral and motor running. The solenoids are located inside the engine bay just behind the drivers side headlight. They will have some black rubber air tubes in/out of them. When you engage/disengage you should hear a little whirring and slight clunk and the hub locks/unlocks. If very aged, you may need to move the car forward/backward for the hub locking mechanisim to find its opening. Once disengaged, the orange light should go out. The aftermarket workshop manual by Max Ellery fully describes this process and is about $30 ON eBAY.

Jun 13, 2010 | 2000 Mitsubishi Montero

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4wd light keeps flashing on 2003 mitsubishi challenger


Hi Adstew,
the front diff has a sensor telling the control unit it when it is engaged (or not). It probably is, and it won't disengage. or the sensor is stuck. The selector lever tells the control unit you want 2WD but the sensor thinks the front axle is engaged. So it flashes.
When shifting to 2WD, normally the front axle will come free after a load change or a bit of turning the steering from side to side, but it sometimes happens that it gets stuck. You can find out:
lift the car free off ground, then select drive forward in 2WD. If the front wheels do not turn, then the sensor may be faulty or stuck. if the front wheels turn in 2WD mode, the diff is stuck and the sensor tells you so. Same or similar problem can happen with the center diff, by the way, on pajero/montero, etc.
regards
Winfried, the perfessa

Jan 18, 2010 | 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander

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Blinking Center Diff Light while vehicle on the move.


The pajero has a limp mode for when there is an issue with the 4x4 system. The ECU apparently limits the vehicles capabilities until the problem is fixed. By turning the car off and on again you are reseting the fail-safe until it again triggers. The fault may be that a part of the drive train, secondary transfer case or auto locking hubs is not working correctly. For my Pajero, the auto hubs were not disengaging. This was later found to be caused by sticking air solendoids. Each solenoids cost was about $200 and there are two for the hubs. I was able to free them up by soaking the solenoids in CRC/ WD40 and a bit inside the air tubes as well plus repeatedly engaging and disengaging the 4x4 lever to activate the hubs. The auto hubs may not be the issue in your case but its worth a try.

Apr 14, 2009 | 2000 Mitsubishi Montero

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Unable to engage 4wd 1993 pajero


Do the 4 wheeldrive lights in the middle of the instrument cluster flash when you've selected 4 Wheel Drive?. Have you tried move forward with the transferbox lever to 4 Wheel Low on a NON-Asphalt/Tarmac surface[ie, dirt road/trail. Sometimes on a Gen 2 Pajero/Montero that hasn't had the 4 Wheel selection used in awhile, do this trick, before moving the lever back up to 4 Wheel High[with no center diff lock] seems to free up a sticking t-box. Also, make sure all your vacuum hoses for the front axle connection system are attached to their metal pipes or solenoids, esp. the main connection at the engine[your source of vacuum for the system.]

Apr 11, 2009 | 1993 Mitsubishi Montero

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Pajero exceed 1993 4x4 super select


Dear Customer,

do all this for solving your's

1
open your bonet & check your indicators connection i sure that there is some thing wrong or disorder connected indicators,

2
check your diff lock is working properly or not,

3
check your power supply for indication sysytem with helping your lights up & down

THNX

May 17, 2008 | Mitsubishi Pickup Cars & Trucks

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