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We have a 1992 Pajero (Montero) and she sounds as if she is not firing properly on all 6 cylinders, have replaced sparks, distribtor, bougi cords, what could be the problem

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Take some time to check the compression in all of the cylinders; make sure there all up to spec. Other are may be fuel delivery too. As it is a 1992 (I'm guessing a 3.0 liter as it would be here in the USA) the injectors may be getting tired too. You can take a listening device and, while the engine is running, place it against the injectors. You should hear a slight click as the injector opens/closes; this will increase with the engine RPMs. I must warn though even if you hear the click the injector may not be getting proper fuel delivery or spray which too will lead to a miss or poor engine firing.
I hope this may have helped (from an owner with a 1990 Montero with 280K miles on her)
Tom

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