Question about 1994 Mitsubishi Pajero
Some was saying the timing is off, but now someone came and time it they're saying it needs, cam sensor and crank, not want to go spend up money and thts not the real problem, i'm wonder if its because the vehicle was sitting for 5 ears if it got some thing to do with it
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
HI,Check the ignition key. It should have a black plastic end with either an R or N stamped on the key near the plastic. 2. Check the codes in the immobilizer module,You may have a key software issue.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
SOURCE: 3000gt trouble code p0340, p0335
Ive personally done time belt and water pump on a 94 3000gt and this is not a job for a rookie not saying you are but im just letting you know. These motors are ZERO interference motors and if the timing it out by one tooth buhbye valves. So if your not confident in yourself i wouldnt attempted doing this on your own. It is a long job especially in car. If your planning on changing the water pump put a new belt in the timing belt is the leading cause to failure in these engines so put a new belt you can get a kit that has all the pulleys. Now for the tensioner unless the car has lots of miles on it you wont hafta change the tensioner just remember to compress it properly. Other than that the first post was rite cam and crank have nothing to do with the water pump but keep in mind they are located at the front of the motor right where the timing belt/water pump job will be taking place so personally if you have the codes and if it was me doing the job id be doing the sensors at the same time. Also as i said before if the car has lots of miles on it your not that far from pulling the heads off so me id be doing head gasket and valve seals too that way you have a fresh motor thats good for another 100 plus thousand miles. Hope this is helpful
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
Since you have multiple codes, I would check the wiring harness at the ECM. If you can get your hands on a pin out sheet for the ECM it would help emincely. Sounds like you are loosing power or ground at the ECM. This could be from the pins loosing contact or a wire could be broken. I have found wires that were broke inside the rubber coating. some days they work, some days they don't.
Repair as necessary. And for the pins you can pull the plug and use a paper clip or something small and push the female pins together alittle, it doesn't take much. Usually when I do the push the pins together, I just do them all, better safe than sorry.
Posted on Jun 08, 2011
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