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Have just replaced the motor in our pajero it has taken me 3 weeks on my own and i need help with the above issues. The left hand engine mount is out by about an inch and I can not seem to be able to push it hard enough over so as the bolts can line up to install.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First job is to remove the 4 bolts securing the Intercooler, Its not totaly necessary to remove, but makes it a lot easier to get to the pullies.
Remove the 4 Bolts and move the Intercooler to the left hand side of the engine
Loosen off the locking bolt on the centre of the pully and then loosen the adjuster bolt until belt slackens
Loosen off the forward facing locking bolt and then loosen the adjuster bolt (Hidden behind the top hose) until belt slackens
You should now be able to remove all the belts and replace as required.
On refitting the belts adjust as required and then do up the locking bolts, refit Intercooler and check all connections (you wouldn't like the intercooler fan to fail
Its as easy as that, Good luck and not be held responsible for any 'misfortunes' in carry out the job like breaking out in to a sweat.
Posted on Apr 13, 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
Hi, there is a little cable that in on the starter motor, probably you have just disconnect it, it happens to my pajero lot of times. look around the starter motor for a cable that is not going somewhere and then locate the little connector on the top and rear part of the starting motor. if this is not the case then try another battery, pretty sure one of the two is the problem.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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