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Sounds like fuel pump seals. Remove your fuel filter and have a look see if its black.
I have one so try looking on pocuk. pajero owners club uk great place for advice as we all have these trucks and need help every once in a while.

Hope this helps.
Also I run my truck with 250ml of two stroke oil in £50 worth of diesel helps the injectors to work better ;-)

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You say you have compression? is it well within the range of the other cylinders? if it is i.e. around 100 psi then possible bent or sticking valve? although you have a spark when plug earthed out of head is there possibly some foreign matter isolating the plug or is it the plug itself breaking/tracking down when in situe?
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right where the fuel filter is there is a primer you break the breather nut close back then prime(pump)break you will get air and deisel frouthy like bubble do this till deisel (fuel)comes clear,.,or start engine and break #1 injector line you wil see frouth lock back proceed to do remaining 3 injectors till frouth is out you will find engine dying every time you break injector,so lock off and continue with rest till it idle good

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