Question about 1995 Mitsubishi Pajero 0.7
Leaking water at rear of engine pulled off hoses none damaged ,still drip water not under pressure
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: mitisubishi Galante
Forget about looking where the drip hose exits under the car, it's inaccessible. It drove me crazy for awhile looking for it. Rather, on the inside, pull down the carpet beside and behind the accelerator pedal and that will reveal a hard plastic elbow that connects the bottom of the ac unit and the firewall where it connects to the drain tube. Take a 1/4" brad point bit and drill a hole into the elbow. Stick a blow gun in it and voila instant relief. Have a towel ready to catch the stinky water as it comes out. Most of it though should pee onto the ground as it should. Find a small lab cork or small rubber stopper and stick it the hole you drilled to finish the job. You can remove it to do the job again when next you have a soaked floor on the passenger side and hear that whooshing noise behind the glovebox on a left turn!
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
You should check that you are getting power to your glowplug busbar. (thats the alloy bar that connects the power to all the glowplugs).
1.Get a circuit tester and connect the clip to negative earth -
2.Get someone to turn the ignition key to "on" while you hold the tester on the busbar. It should light up for around six seconds I think.
3. If this happens all good than the next step is to check that the glow plugs are turning off correctly while your driving or operating the vehicle.
Also remove and inspect the glowplugs they should be just a nice brown/carbon colour...
They should have no chips out of them or damage of any kind.
These 4D56 engines have a glowplug timer that almost always stuffs out. Then they cause the glowplugs to stay on almost the whole time while driving which stuffs them quickly...
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Posted on Mar 22, 2009
Diesels do lose a little oil out the blow-by tube. If the engine temp. is higher then normal then you will lose more then normal amounts. If you are not leaking it then you are burning it, Possibly worn rings, head-gasket, or oil leak inside turbo. 68 MPH and higher doesn't sound unusual, is the engine still stock?
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
The hoses have seal in them that can wear out. The system is supposed to be repaired by a specially licensed mechanic. The freon inside eats up the ozone.
But you may be able to get the special tool at the part store that is made to remove the condioner. Otherwise, you will have to pry the plate and pull at the same time.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
tes you oil seal in turbo is bad and you will need to have it rebuilt. what i would do is clean it all up check oil and add if needed and then see how lon it take to leak again and gauge it that way!
hopefully that helped and good luck
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
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