When I bought this car, I couldn't drive in 2WD mode. In this mode I've got central diff blinking after around 20km of driving. If I drive in 4x4 mode, then everything was fine.
After reading the error codes, finally I found the root cause of problem - it was vacuum solenoid which turns on and off the front wheels.
2017-02-21 23:51:48 Tags: technical Page: How-To Comments: 0 --> Click to read more <--
I've got an problem for my Pajero 3rd gen - windscreen wiper from passenger side was not fully pressed to the windscreen and usually my windscreen was not cleared from that side.
The problem is right here (in the picture wee see already repaired stuff):
2017-01-17 18:23:15 Tags: technical Page: How-To Comments: 0 --> Click to read more <--
Wiring diagramm inside the article.
When I bought this car, it was with additional lights added into front of car. Unfortunatelly they was not connected, but added only for "good looking car" view.
2016-11-26 15:22:08 Tags: electronic Page: How-To Comments: 0 --> Click to read more <--
How to read centre diff flashing? Connect the connectors
2016-11-14 11:43:21 Tags: software Page: How-To Comments: 0 --> Click to read more <--
One of the common questions I hear again and again is “Does the Pajero Di-D support ODB2 codes?”
Well, unfortunately, the answer is no. But, there is still a way to read the failure codes without an expensive special scanner (no, the $20 ODB2 from eBay won’t do the work in that case).
First, You have to locate the diagnostic connector, you should find it next to the driver knee. There are 2 connectors there, the trapeze black one is the one you are looking for.
You can see it in the picture below:
2016-11-09 12:18:47 Tags: software Page: How-To Comments: 0 --> Click to read more <--