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Pajero Model / Tech Database

I get asked this a lot especially from o/seas guys so I thought I'd do a summary of all the Pajero models that were released in Oz so international models can be cross referenced for parts/accessories.
I'll expand the contents as time goes by.
I'll make this a sticky so feel free to add any additional imfo to the database :D

NOTE :- by checking the compliance plate located under the bonnet or the firewall specific vehicle details such as engine and gearbox codes plus diff ratio's are listed.

Model Details

Gen 1

NA model Jan 83-Nov 84
swb 2.6 petrol & 2.3 TD 5sp (KM145) only
Hi-roof lwb introduced in May 84 with 2.6 petrol & 2.3 TD

NB model Nov 84-Nov 85
same variants as above except 2.3 TD not available with swb

NC model Nov 85-Oct 86
same variants as above except hi-roof lwb is replaced with low-roof version

ND model Oct 86-Oct 87
swb 2.6 petrol 5sp (KM145)
lwb 2.6 petrol & 2.5 TD 5sp (KM145)
Optional non lock up 4sp auto (KM148) for 2.6 petrol

NE model Oct 87-Sept 88
same variants as above
2.6 Jap petrol replaced with improved locally Oz made Astron 2 versions

NF model Sept 88-Sept 89
same variants as above
3.0 V6 introduced for lwb with 5sp (V5MT1) or 4sp auto (KM148)
3 link coil spring rear introduced for lwb 3.0 V6

NG model Sept 89-Apr 91
same variants as above except KM148 replaced with lock up 4sp V4AW2
2.5 TD was intercooled in 1990
rear disc brakes added with 3 link coil spring rear

Gen 2

NH model Apr 91-Nov 93
swb 2.6 petrol 5sp (V5M21) leaf springs 3.0 V6 5sp (V5MT1) rear coils
lwb 2.6 petrol 5sp (V5M21) leaf springs 2.5 TD 5sp (V5M21) leaf springs 2.5 TDI 5sp (V5MT1) rear coils 3.0 V6 5sp (V5MT1) or 4sp auto (V4AW2) rear coils

NJ model Nov 93-Mar 97
rear leaf springs dropped everything now 3 link coils
swb 3.0 V6 5sp (V5MT1) or 4sp auto (V4AW2)
lwb 2.8 D 5sp (V5M21) 2.8 TDI 5sp (V5M31) 3.0 V6 5sp (V5MT1) or 4 sp auto (V4AW2)
Luxury Exceed model 3.5 DOHC V6 lwb 4 sp auto (V4AW3)
Sep 95 3.5 DOHC V6 made standard across range (3.0 V6 dropped)

NK model Mar 97-Oct 97
swb 3.5 DOHC V6 5sp (V5M31) or 4sp auto (V4AW3)
lwb 2.8 TDI 5sp (V5M31) 3.5 DOHC V6 5sp (V5M31) or 4sp auto (V4AW3)

NL model Oct 97-Jul 00 (known as Gen 2.5 in US)
swb same as NK
lwb same as NK except 3.5 DOHC V6 replaced with 3.5 SOHC V6

Gen 3
NM model Jul 00-Oct 02 (monocoque body / IRS)
swb dropped from range
lwb 2.8 TDI 5sp (V5M31) 3.5 SOHC V6 5sp (V5M31) or new 5sp tiptronic auto (V5A51 Invecs 2)
Aug 02 3.2 DID introduced (2.8 TDI dropped)

NP model Oct 02-Oct 06
traction / stability control introduced
lwb 3.5 SOHC V6 5sp (V5M31) or 5sp auto (V5A51) 3.2 DID 5sp (V5M31) or 5sp auto (V5A51)
Oct 03 3.8 SOHC introduced only with 5sp auto (V5A51)
Jan 05 MATT (Mitsu All Terrain Technology) introduced across model range

Gen 4
NS model Oct 06-
new body and interior reintroduction of swb
optional rear difflock
introduction of MIVEC 3.8 SOHC V6
introduction of common rail injection and DPF on 3.2 CDI
transmissions the same as Gen 3

Engine Power Outputs

Gen 1

2.6 Jap (4G54) = 76Kw 192Nm
2.6 Oz (4G54) = 79Kw 196Nm
2.3 TD (4D55T) = 62Kw 188Nm
3.0 V6 (6G72) = 105Kw 228Nm
2.5 TD (4D56T) = 62Kw 201Nm
2.5 TDI (4D56TI) = 70Kw 240Nm

Gen 2

2.6 Oz (4G54) = 79Kw 196Nm
3.0 V6 (6G72) = 109Kw 234Nm
2.5 TDI (4D56TI) = 73Kw 240Nm
2.8 D (4M40) = 71Kw 198Nm
2.8 TDI (4M40) = 92Kw 292Nm
3.5 DOHC V6 (6G74) = 153Kw 300Nm
3.5 SOHC V6 (6G74) 140Kw 303Nm

Gen 3

2.8 TDI (4M40) = 92Kw 292Nm
3.5 SOHC V6 (6G74) = 140Kw 303Nm
3.2 DID (4M41) = 121Kw 373Nm
3.8 SOHC V6 (6G75) = 150Kw 314Nm

Gen 4

3.8 SOHC V6 MIVEC (6G75) = 184Kw 329Nm
3.2 CDI (4M41) = 118Kw 378Nm (auto) 125Kw 358Nm (5sp)

T/case & Final Drive Ratio's

Gen 1

2.3 TD = 4.875, 5.29
2.6 / 2.5 TD = 4.625, 4.875
2.5 TDI = 4.625, 4.875
3.0 V6 = 4.625, 4.875
t/case = 1.944:1 low range for 2.6, 2.3 TD & 2.5 TD, 1.925:1 for 3.0 V6

Gen 2

2.6 = 4.875
2.5 TD & 2.5 TDI = 4.875, 5.29
3.0 V6 = 4.625, 4.875
2.8 D = 4.875
2.8 TDI = 4.90
3.5 DOHC V6 = 4.636
t/case = 1.925:1 low range for 2.6, 2.5 TD, 2.5 TDI & 3.0 V6, 1.90:1 for 2.8 TDI & 3.5 DOHC V6

Gen 3

2.8 TDI = 4.90 5sp man
3.2 DID = 3.90 5sp auto or 4.10 for 5sp man
3.5 SOHC V6 = 4.30 5sp man & 5sp auto
3.8 SOHC V6 = 4.30 5sp auto
t/case = 1.90:1 for all

Gen 4
3.8 SOHC V6 MIVEC = 4.30 5sp man and 5sp auto
3.2 CDI = 4.10 5sp man or 3.917 for 5sp auto
t/case = same as Gen 3
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Post Sat Jul 31, 2004 2:55 pm

good idea frank.
here is a link to the pic thread which shows many of the models:
http://www.outerlimits4x4.com/PHP_Modul ... php?t=1255
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NL 3.5L (Gen 2.5)

15" rims dont fit, front brakes too large. Calipers hit the rim.

If you intent to swap the rear LSD to the factory rear locker, right hand side axel needs to be shortened. Or source a genuine one from a locked centre.
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Post Sun Aug 01, 2004 9:06 pm

NK model Mar 97-Oct 97

Also needs 16" rims, front brakes too large. Calipers hit the rim. This model was the first release with the larger front brakes used in the NL.
3.5 L with too much stuff, and a front locker waiting on the shelf.
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Post Tue Aug 03, 2004 1:20 pm

differences between the NF and NG superwagons

NGs had the following
- coils in the rear
- larger washer bottle reservior
- chrome "truck style" side mirrors
- same 15 inch rims as NA-NC only chromed
- side steps were dropped from the standards list
- rear mudflaps shortened
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Axle Data

Gen 1

2.6, 2.3TD, 2.5TD & 2.5TDI (some) :-
front axle = 25 spline, 29mm diameter, diff = 7.25" diameter (low pinion)
rear axle = 28 spline, 30.5mm diameter, diff = 8" diameter
3.0V6 :-
front axle = 28 spline, 29mm diameter, diff = 8" diameter (low pinion)
rear axle = 28 spline, 30.5mm diameter, diff = 9" diameter

Gen 2

3.0V6 :-
same as Gen 1 except for NH & NJ auto has 7.25" diameter front diff (high pinion) NH & NJ 5sp man has 8" diameter front diff (high pinion)
2.5TDI :-
same as NH & NJ auto
3.5V6 & 2.8TDI :-
front axle = 28 spline, 29mm diameter, diff = 8" diameter (high pinion)
rear axle = 31 spline, 33.5mm diameter, diff = 9.5" diameter

Gen 3

3.5V6, 2.8TDI, 3.2DID, 3.8V6
front axle = 28 spline, 29mm diameter, diff = 8" diameter (high pinion)
rear axle = 33 spline, 36mm diameter, diff = 9.5" diameter

Gen 4
same as Gen 3

Note :- Mitsu factory Aisin manual hubs (found on some models - Gen 1 or Gen 2 base models & Tritons) are interchangeable and will retrofit to all Gen 2 models with super select.
These will not fit to a Gen 3 model as they run solid one piece hub flanges (non-removable).
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Post Mon Aug 09, 2004 1:44 pm

Re: re

Grantw wrote:NL 3.5L (Gen 2.5)

15" rims dont fit, front brakes too large. Calipers hit the rim.



That must be the GLS.

The GLX came with them as standard.
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Brake Data

Gen 1

swb
front = NA-ND 255mm vented discs (20mm thick) single piston calipers (53.97mm pistons)
front = NE-NG 258mm vented discs (22mm thick) single piston calipers (57.15mm pistons)
rear = NA-ND 254mm drums (20.64mm wheel cylinder)
rear = NE-NG 254mm drums (22.23mm wheel cylinder)
lwb
front = NA-NE 275mm vented discs (20mm thick) single piston calipers (57.15mm pistons)
front = NF-NG (3.0V6) 276mm vented discs (22mm thick) twin piston calipers (42.8mm pistons)
rear = drums NA-ND same as swb, NE-NG same as swb
rear = NF-NG (3.0V6) 315mm solid discs (18mm thick) single piston calipers (42.8mm pistons)

Gen 2

front = NH-NJ (3.0V6) 276mm vented discs (24mm thick) twin piston calipers (42.8mm pistons)
front = NJ-NL (3.5V6) 276mm vented discs (27mm thick) twin piston calipers (42.8mm pistons)
front = NK & NL GLS only 314mm vented discs (24mm thick) twin piston calipers (42.8mm pistons)
rear = NH-NL 315mm solid discs (18mm thick) single piston calipers (42.8mm pistons)
Note :- NH GL base models had rear drum brakes same as Gen 1 NE-NG
Also NK & NL GLS models have to run 16" rims to clear the bigger front rotors.

Gen 3

front = NM-NP 290mm vented discs (26mm thick) twin piston calipers (45.4mm pistons)
rear = NM-NP 300mm vented discs (22mm thick) single piston calipers (44.5mm pistons)

Gen 4

front = NS lwb 280mm vented discs (28mm thick) 4 piston calipers (45.4mm pistons). NS swb 240mm vented discs (26mm thick) twin piston calipers (45.4mm pistons)
rear = NS lwb 285mm vented discs (18mm thick) single piston calipers (48mm pistons). NS swb 280mm vented discs (22mm thick) single piston calipers (44.5mm pistons)
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Post Wed Sep 01, 2004 2:33 pm

Hi,
just looking at the information on gear ratios - how do we convert what is speced to actual (not sure of the correct term) turning ratios?

EG:

1st Gear - 45/1
2nd - 28/1
(etc)

Transfer case

1st - 90/1 etc?

Is there a conversion table for this type of calculation?
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Post Wed Sep 08, 2004 8:14 pm

Not quite sure of your question there ?
If your talking about total gearing ratio's then :-

gear ratio x t/case reduction x final drive ratio = total low range reduction

So a Gen 2 5sp 3.0 V6 Paj with a 4.875 diff ratio will have a 1st gear low range reduction of :-

3.918 (1st gear ratio) x 1.925 (t/case low range ratio) x 4.875 (diff ratio) = 36.77 : 1

In high range it will be 3.918 x 1.0 x 4.875 = 19.10 : 1

Or are you talking about km/hr per 1000 rpm in a given gear ??
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Do we have any engines size-weight information?
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Post Mon Sep 13, 2004 3:22 pm

Bitsamissin - I'm referring to the number of times the engine turns for each turn of the wheel.
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Pajero Model / Tech Imfo Database

According 2 your informations Frank the NL 4m40tdi 's diffs are 4.90.
OURS V26 4m40 tdi's are 4.636 original, (Just to let you know).
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Yeah obviously other markets are different I started off doing this for Oz models but realize other countries had different options.
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Lwb diesel 4.9
Lwb petrol 4.6
Swb petrol 4.3
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Post Thu Nov 04, 2004 12:17 am

Re: Pajero Model / Tech Imfo Database

Bitsamissin wrote:
T/case & Final Drive Ratio's

Gen 1

2.6 / 2.5TD = 4.625, 4.875


Forgive me my ignorance, but could you explain to me what do you mean by "final gear ratio" and why two numbers are listed ? This is not the gear ratio of the axles, because it should be the same, right ? So what is this ?

Thanks in advance,

Peter
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Post Thu Nov 04, 2004 9:42 pm

Yes they are the final drive (diff) ratio's that were available in those models. It should really read 4.625 or 4.875.

Frank.
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Post Tue Nov 16, 2004 12:13 am

Here you'll find also some tech data about pajero's.

http://www.pajero.dn.ru/pajeroii/ps.shtml
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J Tops

For those of you who dont know, heres the link for Jap import J Top specs. Once you get there just translate the page with Babelfish. A V23C is similar to a NH SWB soft top.

http://www.jsroot.com/02j_data/j_data.htm
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Post Tue Nov 16, 2004 6:49 pm

Yep thats Aki's website some really good tech/mod imfo in there.
Even an article on the 2.85 gears :D
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Can you tell me which model had 5.29 gear ratio?
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Post Thu Nov 18, 2004 2:43 pm

Yep scroll upwards and the 5.29 imfo is there.
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Bitsamissin wrote:Yep scroll upwards and the 5.29 imfo is there.

Thanks, my eyes don't work very well you see...! :oops:
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Pajero/Shogun MK I Technical Data

Hi , here some usefull info,

Pajero/Shogun MK I Technical Data



The model data will be for both Metal Top (SWB) and Wagon (LWB) specifications.

Engine displacement of 2477cc diesel and 2555 cc petrol

It will cover manual and automatic transmissions.

Unless each data specifies the model as relating to a particular body/engine size/transmission, please assume it covers all.

(This is a mere sample covering two engine variants and two body styles. For full technical data covering all Pajero models from 1983 to 1996 please go to the merchandise page for details on the Haynes Workshop Manual which is now available through the Club.)




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Dimensions

Overall width (exc. mirrors)...........................................1.68m (66.1 ins)

Overall length
Metal Top ...................... ............................................3.995m (157.3 ins)
Wagon ........................................................................4.60m (181.1 ins)

Front track ...................................................................1.40m (55.1 ins)
Front overhang .............................................................745mm (29.3 ins)

Rear overhang
Metal Top ....................................................................900mm (35.4 ins)
Wagon ........................................................................1.160m (45.7 ins)

Wheelbase
Metal Top ....................................................................2.35m (92.5 ins)
Wagon ........................................................................ 2.695m (106.1 ins)

Overall Height (unladen)
with 215SR15 tyres
Metal Top ....................................................................1.84m (72.4 ins)
Wagon .........................................................................1.865m (73.4 ins)
with 205SR16 tyres
Metal Top .....................................................................1.855m (73.o ins)
Wagon ..........................................................................1.88m (74.0 ins)

Rear track .....................................................................1.375m (54.1 ins)

Ground Clearance (unladen)
with 215SR15 tyres
Metal Top 2600 ..............................................................197mm (7.6 ins)
Metal Top 2500 ..............................................................200mm (7.9 ins)
Wagon with manual transmission ......................................180mm (7.1 ins)
Wagon with automatic transmission ..................................195mm (7.7 ins)
with 205SR16 tyres
Metal Top 2600 ..............................................................212mm (8.3 ins)
Metal Top 2500 ..............................................................215mm (8.5 ins)
Wagon with manual transmission .....................................195mm (7.7 ins)
Wagon with automatic transmission .................................210mm (8.3 ins)

Approach angle ..............................................................41°
Departure angle
Metal Top ......................................................................36°
Wagon ..........................................................................28°

Ramp break over angle
Metal Top ......................................................................29°
Wagon ...........................................................................25°



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Weights

Maximum gross vehicle weight
Metal Top .......................................................................2,115 Kgs
Wagon ............................................................................2,450 Kgs

Maximum braked trailer weight
Metal Top ........................................................................2,800 Kgs
Wagon .............................................................................3,300Kgs

Maximum unbraked trailer weight ........................................750 Kgs

Maximum trailer nose weight ...............................................100 Kgs

Maximum roof rack load ......................................................100 Kgs




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Performance

Maximum speed
Metal Top 2600 ...................................................................87 mph
Metal Top 2500 manual ........................................................84 mph
Metal Top 2500 auto ............................................................80 mph
Wagon 2600 ........................................................................84 mph
Wagon 2500 manual .............................................................84 mph
Wagon 2500 auto .................................................................78 mph

Maximum climbing ability (in 1st gear) ....................................35°

Minimum turning radius
Metal Top .............................................................................5.55m (18.2 ft)
Wagon .................................................................................6.25m (20.5 ft)




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Engine

Type
2600 models ..............................................Four cylinder, in-line, water cooled, four- cycle, overhead camshaft.
2500 models ..............................................Four cylinder, in-line, water cooled, four-cycle overhead camshaft with turbocharger.

Model
2600 models .........................................................................4G54
2500 models .........................................................................4D56

Bore
2600 models .........................................................................91.1 mm (3.59 ins)
2500 models .........................................................................91.1 mm (3.59 ins)

Stroke
2600 models .........................................................................98.0 mm (3.86 ins)
2500 models .........................................................................95.0 mm (3.74 ins)

Compression ratio
2600 models .........................................................................8.2 : 1
2500 models .........................................................................21.0 : 1

Valve clearance (warm engine)
Intake
2600 models .........................................................................0.15 mm (0.006 ins)
2500 models .........................................................................0.25 mm (0.010 ins)
Exhaust .................................................................................0.25 mm (0.010 ins)

Firing order ............................................................................1-3-4-2

Maximum torque
2600 models ........................................................192 Nm (19.6 Kgm) at 2,500 rpm
2500 models ........................................................201 Nm (20.5 Kgm) at 2,000 rpm




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Fuel System

Fuel control
2600 models ....................................................... Carburettor with automatic choke
2500 models .............................................................................................Injection

Fuel pump
2600 models .................................................................Mechanical diaphragm type
2500 models .................................................................Mechanical vane type




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Transmission

Transmission type
Manual transmission ..............................................5-speed manual transmission
Automatic transmission ........................................4-speed automatic transmission




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Clutch

Type .............................Dry single-disc clutch with diaphragm spring, hydraulic action




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Steering system

Type .........................................................Recirculating ball type, power assisted




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Suspension

Front .........................................................Independent type, wishbone, torsion bar
Rear ....................................................................................Rigid type, leaf spring




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Service brakes

Type ............................Hydraulic, double circuit brake system with power assistance

Front brakes .........................................................................Ventilated disc brakes
Rear brakes ...................................................................................... Drum brakes


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Parking brake

Type ...............................................Parking brake acts mechanically on rear wheels


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Tyres & Wheels

Tyre size ......................................................................215SR15 or 205SR16
Wheel size ....................................................................5.5JJ-15, 6JJ-15, 6JJ-16
Wheel offset .................................................................22 mm (0.87 ins)


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Electrical system

Voltage ..........................................................................12V
Battery
2600 models .....................................................................55D26R or 75D31R
2500 models .....................................................................95D31R or 95D31Rx2

Capacity
2600 models .....................................................................48 or 60 Ah/5 Hr
2500 models .....................................................................64x1 or 64x2 Ah/5 Hr


Alternator capacity .............................................................50, 60 or 65A
Spark Plug type
2600 models

NGK ...............................................................................BPR5ES or BPR6ES
NIPPONDENSO ..............................................................W16EPR or W20 EPR
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Post Tue Nov 30, 2004 4:16 pm

Has anyone got a workshop manual for a 83 SWB 2.6 ltr Petrol Pajero.
I have only recently bought this vehicle but it seems that the previous owner wired up the spotties the wrong way & caused a small melt-down in some of the wiring.
Now it seems that everything else works fine but I cant seem to get any low beams. 2 wires are melted & broken & will need replacing but I need the wiring diagram to help me through this.
If anyone has the manual it would be greatly appreciated if you would be able to scan the pages refering to the electrical wiring & email them to me at cmonique@dodo.com.au

Kind regards
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Post Sat Dec 11, 2004 12:55 pm

Coulor Codes

Coulor sheme for your Pajero

http://www.pocuk.com/paintcodes.txt

Get the codes from the plate on the underside of your bonnet.
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Post Sat Dec 11, 2004 12:57 pm

Options on your Pajero

Use the plate on the underside of the bonnet

http://english.auto.vl.ru/catalog/mitsubishi/pajero/

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Factory PTO winch takes HD90 in the gearbox , which is a gearbox oil
NOT an EP or HYPOID oil
1.25 litres
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Does anyone have information on Technical/service manuals for a 2000 Triton??
Haven't seen anything around in the range of manuals..
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Post Mon Jan 17, 2005 9:23 pm

This site http://www.motorpowerinc.com/specs/spec-mitsu.html has some engine specs for the Pajero & Triton 2.6 (4G54) and the Triton 2.4 (4G64.) It's a US site, so everything is imperial. :cry:
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