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Reverse gear when i engage reverse in my auto pajero the front wheels lock and when i try and move the car it punctures the front left hand tyre

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    david nossiter Nov 27, 2013

    THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO SUGGESTED SOLUTIONS FOR ME WITH MY MITSUBISHI PAJERO AND THE FRONT WHEEL LOCKING UP IN REVERSE....TODAY I WAS INFORMED BY MY LOCAL TYRE SERVICE THAT MY FRONT LEFT HAND BRAKE CALIPER WAS FAULTY AND ACTUALLY CUTTING INTO THE INSIDE OF THE HUB...MANY THANKS GUYS..DAVID NOSSITER

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Sounds like a broken tie rod. Tow truck time.

Posted on Nov 26, 2013

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SOURCE: my mitsubishi pajero won't engage or disengage from 4wd

You will need the system scanned for fault codes.

Posted on Apr 24, 2012

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SOURCE: car will not move when

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.

Posted on Aug 09, 2008

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SOURCE: auto free hub pajero 1987

Do you have an exploded view of the front wheel 4WD auto free mechanism? my car is mitsubishi delica starwagon 1991 model.

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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SOURCE: mitsubishi delicia 2.6 td (shogun

Check the super select solenoids. I had the same problem with my pajero/montero io, when I released 4WD from 4H to 2H the two front wheels lights started flashing. They stopped flashing and was solid on when I re-engaged the 4WD (2H to 4H).

My problem was a failure in the 2H solenoid, it was not producing enough vacuum. The problem was intermitent at the begining and then was permanent.

I checked the solenoids in this way:
1) The solenoid that receives the vacuum in the botton is for 2H
2) The solenoid that receives the vacuum in the top is for 4H
3) Both solenoids operate in the same way, they only change in the way they transfering vacuum from top/botton to the exit pipe (2H or 4H). The difference is that one has the vacuum input on the top and the another one in the botton.
4) The default position when you disconnect the electronics is 4WD
5) Try disconnecting the electronics and switching the output pipe between the solenoids. This will put the solenoids on 4WD position and you changed the pipes, so the 4WD should disengage.

4WD should disengage if your 4H solenoid is OK, the ligths should now flash when you change from 2H to 4H because 4WD cannot engage because the pipes are switched. You can also check the vacuum of each solenoid with your finger on each one.

If this doesn't work, try to bypass the solenoids and connect the input vacuum hose to the 2H output pipe. If the lights doesn't turn off in 2H mode it's posible that you have different problem.

Also check this address: http://4wd.blogeasy.com/article.view.run?articleID=318776

Good luck.

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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SOURCE: Pajero IO (auto) Super select 4WD-i problems

Check Linkage for the 4WD transfer case, between the shifter and the case. if it is a direct case mounted shifter, you may need to remove it and check for obstruction.

Have you tried to shift it to 4H while at a slow roll in N? Sometimes that used to work for me in my older floor mount 4WD truck. Give it try!

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The short answer is "no", but working out why could be a little bit difficult. Any further diagnosis should be performed on a hoist or with all 4 wheels off the ground and the transfer box in 4H. Be aware that any of the following checks where front and rear wheels may turn at different speeds will generate an ABS error code and a light on the dash that may need a Dealer to turn off - if you have ABS. You'll also need a couple of hydraulic brake line locking clamps. The first check would be to make sure the front prop shaft turns in reverse as it does in forwards 4WD. Why it wouldn't, I couldn't tell you!
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