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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
these have inderpendant suspension and can look like the top of rear tyres are further in than the bottom, if both sides are about the same then is prob normal.
If you carry a lot of weight in the rear regulary then would reccommend a wheel alignment when the vehicle is fully loaded.
otherwise take a look at the tread of the rear tyres, if the edges have worn a lot more than the centre then an alignment is due...
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
Hi, I have a Pajero 2800 Turbo 1995 Auto. It has developed a bad oil leak somewhere around the front right hand side (from the front) where there seems to be oil spraying over the pipes, etc. Can't see it happening with the engine running and have cleaned the engine off but still can't see where it comes from. It has emptied the sump! Any ideas?
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
The bulbs work when the ignition is switched on. There are two very small bulbs at the back of the compass and can be sourced from a main dealer for around £5 a pair. Part Number MMR283314. Don't forget to order two, they come in single packs. They burn out quicker than the normal bulbs as they are on, even when other dash lights are not. The main dealer will probably have to order the bulbs from Mitsubishi UK.
To fit: Prise off the top of the instrument cluster with a flat screwdriver. Remove two screws to release the pod from the top of the dash. Once free, unclip the wiring loom plug and socket.
Dismantle the instrument pod by removing four small screws. This will then allow you to remove a further six similar screws which hold the front 'glass' and instruments together.
Undo the wire connector on the compass. You may have to also take out the bulb holder from one of the guages to give you enough slack.
Once the wire is undone, you can slip the compass from the pod and you will see two deep holes in the back. Use a flat screw driver to reach down into the holes and engage the slots on the back of each compass bulb holder.
Turn the bulb holder a few degrees to release and withdraw.
Reassemble by reversing these instructions.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
SOURCE: Compass back light not working
This problem is very common on this vehicles, I have a few that have the same problem, but to solve this, you need to remove the center gauges pod (very easy) remove all screws holding the compass unit (only) loosen up the wireing to have some slack when pulling the unit out, (do not remove the compass unit all the way out, just enought so you can check the back, with the help of a flat screw driver, remove the bulb from the unit, this bulb is deep inside and does not look like a light bulb, but is the only deep hole in the back of the unit, slight counterclock turn, remove light bulb with a dealer replacement (dealer only), unless someone has one, hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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