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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi it might be a cracked head... You should do what they call a TK test to see if there is carbon in the radiator fluid. Any automotive supplies shop should have them. Its like test strips.
Give it a go and see what happens.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
hmmmm you have done a me ?? changed the oil and forgot to put plug back in ?? apprentice laughed his socks off and i felt such an idiot .i think it hold about one and half us gallons or about 7 litres
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
SOURCE: hi my 1994 mitsubishi pajero
As you said only it is showing the temperature in cluster but engine is normal, no overheating at engine, it means, the temperature sensor is sending wrong signal to control unit and it is showing the data which receiving from sensor, please replace "temperature sensor"your problem will solve after that, if any issue please let me know.thanks.
Posted on Nov 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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