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Crack head or blown head gasket,check oil and see what it looks like or drain oil to see.

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SOURCE: Electrical Probelm: 1997 3.5 Litre V6 NK Pajero (Montero) GLS

chech fuses on boos bar under steering columb and also chech for wires shorting to ground take a look at the relays also

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SOURCE: hard to select 1st & reverse when cold 1997 NK pajero

could be that you are low on gearbox oil. try topping it up to see if it makes any difference.

Posted on Jun 25, 2012

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