Question about 1992 Mitsubishi Pajero
How to remove front crank seal housing
Do we take it that you want to replace the front crank seal?
If so it will almost certainly require that you drain the cooling system and remove the rad and surrounding cowl. The nut in the centre of the pulley is usually very tight and will likely require a 3/4 drive socket to free it. You will have to remove all the drive belts on the pulley and then remove the pulley. If its a manual trans then select top gear, have an assistant stand on the brakes while you undo the crank bolt. An auto is more difficult. If you have sufficient access then use an airwrench to loosen the bolt. Remove the pulley, pry the seal out, clean up, fit the new seal carefully to ensure its squarely seated in the housing, grease the seal edge and replace everything removed. The only thing you will need ideally is the torque figure for the crank bolt but you will get some idea when removing it. You could always mark the bolt head and the pulley face and retighten to the same position.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
bring number one cylinder up to top dead center on the compression stroke meaning make shure both valves are closed and seated usually you can feel the spark plug hole with your finger it'll blow your finger out with the compression or use a copression gadge . any way after that make shure your timing marks are still lined up you may be 180% off
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
SOURCE: What is the easiest way to remove the engine on a Mitsibusi Pajero 2800 turbo diesel 4x4. Manual gearbox. It looks like the front diff will be in the way of the oil sump and the gearbox bolts to the
get a procedure manual from your dealer their are many steps to avoid damage issues to other components contact a dealer for this manual
Posted on Jul 30, 2012
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