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Hi, i have a pajero grey import swb 2.8td,1994 problem i have is when jeep is left for any longer period of time and is then used it runs out of derv and req cranking over till it self primes and then runs ok, i have renewed all fuel pipes front end and to derv pump, and fitted a new fuel primer pump it is the pump that incorperates the switches on top and a plastic sensor in the bottom of fuel filter, i have checked the pipes in boot under cover and all pipes on fuel side no leakes are visible to the eye or damp patches on any pipes, i had advise prior from ask a question on mitsi jeeps, sadly to no avail and problem still with me, the primer pump was a genuine unit from mitsubushi, not a patent, i am a retired mechy can you please help. thank you. john

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