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Pajero 2001 petrol 3.5ltr step by step fuel line system and step by step overall wiring system for starter motor, and above motor wiring.

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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