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Pajero 2000 MN, center diff lock light starts flashing when i reach about 100Kph.

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SOURCE: 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

Posted on May 18, 2008

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SOURCE: diff lock and abs lights

Check to see if the plugs on the wheels are plugged in check that the pins are all the way into socket, that your ABS problem, next check to see if you knocked loose the wire on the differential most likely cause and be sure to top off power steering fluid. Check that the fluid level is ok on the Diff. if you need more help let me know and thanks for using Fix-ya and rate if this was helpful.
Avid101

Posted on Aug 21, 2009

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SOURCE: The orange light in the center (lock) keeps

i had the same problem with my 2003 pajero,orange light flashing & 4wd not working.had a quick look under the jeep and found wires damaged just behind the gear box.must have got caught on a stick or something,i fixed them up and its back to normal.

Posted on Aug 15, 2010

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