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Tappet settings on a pajero

Hi there i was wondering if you could help me on settings for a pajero 2.5 turbo diesel

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Re: tappet settings on a pajero

Hi ian this is a electronics repair forum so i doubt you will find anybody to help you with deisel tappet settings unfortulately.. have you tried a google search?

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