Mitsubishi Pajero repair manual - Covers NM NP NS NT NW Montero Shogun 1999 - 2014 LWB and SWB motor car with 12 Valve 24 Valve Single Over Head Camshaft and Dual Overhead Cam Engines. 2000-2014 NEW Softcover 528 pages Other Mitsubishi Car Repair Manuals click here Mitsubishi Pajero Montero Shogun Petrol Diesel 2000 - 2014 Owners Service Repair Manual Covers LWB and SWB motor car with 12 Valve 24 Valve Single Over Head Camshaft and Dual Overhead Cam Engines. Note: electrical schematics are not included for the NS and NT series. Models Covered: * NM 2000 - 2001 - 2002 - 2004 * NP 2004 - 2005 - 2006 (incl Exeed Luxury Model) * NS-NT 2007 - 2008 - 2009 - 2010 *NW 2011-2014 Petrol Engines Covered: * 3.0 litre - Vee Six "6G72" * 3.5 litre - Vee Six "6G74 MPI" * 3.5 litre - Vee Six "6G74 GDI" * three point eight litre - Vee Six "6G75" * three point eight litre - Vee Six "6G75" (NS) Diesel Engines Covered: * 2.8 litre - 4 piston "4M40&quo
Mitsubishi Pajero Series NL to NT Petrol four-stroke diesel 1997 - 2014 Australian Models Manual covering the Mitsubishi Pajero Series NL NM NP NS NT NW four wheel drive also known as the Montero and Shogun in other markets. Note: This manual DOES NOT cover the smaller Pajero Io (also known as Pinin) model. While it does not specifically cover the Triton (also known as the L200) the Australian market Triton was sold with the 6G72 and 4M40 motors which are covered in this manual. Note: electrical schematics are not included for the NS and NT series. Petrol motors Covered: * 3.0 liter Vee Six Single Over Head Camshaft 12v (6G72) * 3.5 liter Vee Six Single Over Head Camshaft Dual Overhead Cam 24v (6G74) * three point eight liter Vee Six Single Over Head Camshaft 8v (6G75) four-stroke diesel motors Covered: * 2.8 liter 4 piston (4M40) * 2.8 liter 4 piston turbo (4M40T) * 3.2 liter 4 piston turbo (4M41) gearboxs Covered: * four geared manual * 5-speed manual * four geared and 5 speed automatic Contents: * Introductory Pages About this Manual; Introduction to the Mitsubishi Paje
Mitsubishi Pajero (Shogun) and Triton/L200 Pick-ups/Ute Haynes Owners Service Workshop and Repair Manual 1983 - 1994 NEW - paperback Other Mitsubishi Pajero Car Repair Manuals click here UK manual covering Mitsubishi Pajero (Shogun) and Triton/L200 Pick-ups 1983 - 1994 Haynes Owners Service Repair Manual covers Petrol Models Only: ● Mitsubishi Shogun (known as the Pajero in Australia) 3-door and 5-door models ● L200 pickups (also known as the Triton in Australia) Engines Covered: ● 2.0 liter (1997cc) "4G63" 4 piston OHC ● two point four liter (2351cc) "4G64" 4 piston OHC ● 2.6 liter (2555cc) "4G54" 4 piston OHC (also used in the Australian-market Triton/L200 models) ● 3.0 liter (2972cc) "6G72" Vee Six OHC (also used in the Australian-market Triton/L200 models) Please note that this manual does not cover diesel engines or the 3.5 liter Vee Six petrol engine. Contents: ● Tune-Up and Routine Maintenance ● 2.6 liter Four piston Engine ● 2.0 liter two point four liter Four piston Engine ● 3.0 liter Vee Six Engine ● General Engine O
Mitsubishi Pajero 4WD service and repair manual - NL NM NP NS NT and NW series Petrol and four-stroke diesel 1997 - 2014 NEW - paperback Other Mitsubishi Pajero Car Repair Manuals click here Mitsubishi Pajero 4WD Petrol four-stroke diesel 1997 - 2014 Gregorys Owners Service Repair Manual Covers Series NL NM NP NS and NT. Engines covered: Petrol: ● 3.0 liter "6G72" V6 Single Over Head Camshaft 12v ● 3.5 liter "6G74" V6 Single Over Head Camshaft DOHC 24v ● 3.8 liter "6G75" V6 Single Over Head Camshaft 8v four-stroke diesel: ● 2.8 liter "4M40" four cylinderinder ● 2.8 liter "4M40T" four cylinderinder Turbo ● 3.2 liter "4M41" four cylinderinder Turbo Please note: Chapter 2C-1 deals specifically with the 3.2 liter 4M41 four-stroke diesel engine. As the book also covers the earlier 2.8 liter four-stroke diesel (4M40) in some sections like Fuel and Exhaust Systems the two engines are covered together and there may not be photographs of each component on each of the engines. Contents: ● Scheduled maintenance and tuning ● Part A - V6 Petrol Engines ● Part B - 2.8 liter fou
Mitsubishi Pajero repair manual - Covers NA. NB NC ND NE NF NG NH NJ Petrol and four-stroke diesel 1983 to 1996 Get other Mitsubishi repair manuals here Get other Pajero repair manuals click here Mitsubishi Pajero 4WD 1983 - 1996 Gregorys Owners Service Repair Manual covers Wagon SWL LWB. Series Covered - NA NB NC ND NE NF NG NH NJ Petrol Engines Covered: ● 2.6 liter "4G54" four cylinderinder ● 3.0 liter "6G72" V6 ● 3.5 liter "6G74" V6 ● three point eight liter "6G75" V6 Single Over Head Camshaft 8v four-stroke diesel Engines Covered: ● 2.5 liter "4D56-T" ● 2.8 liter "4M40" four cylinderinder Covers everything you need to know step by step procedures hundreds of photographs and illustrations routine maintenance electrical schema
Mitsubishi Pajero repair manual - Covers NA. NB NC ND NE NF NG Petrol 1983 to 1990 USED - in good condition with some stains Other NEW Mitsubishi Pajero Car Repair Manuals click here Gregory's publication No.508 covering Mitsubishi Pajero petrol Series NA NB NC ND NE NF NG 1983 thru 1991. Covers SWB Sport EXE and commercial models. Covers LWB EXE Wagon Super Wagon and Commercial models. Engines (petrol): 2.6 litre four cylinder (4G54) *Does NOT cover Vee Six or diesel engines.
Mitsubishi Pajero repair manual - Covers NA NB NC ND NE NF NG NJ NK1983 to 1997 NEW 336 pages Other Mitsubishi Pajero Repair Manuals click here Other Mitsubishi Car Repair Manuals click here Mitsubishi Pajero Series NA - NJ 1983-1996 Haynes Owners Service Repair Manual covers: Mitsubishi Pajero Series NA through NJ Petrol Engines Covered: # 2.6 litre (2555 cubic centimetre ) "4G54" (also used in the Triton/L200 models) # 3.0 litre (2972 cubic centimetre ) "6G72" (also used in the Triton/L200 models) # 3.5 litre (3497 cubic centimetre ) "6G74" Diesel Turbo-diesel Engines: # two point five litre (2476 cubic centimetre ) "4D56" (also used in the Triton/L200 models) # 2.8 litre (2835 cubic centimetre ) "4M40" gearboxs described are the 5-speed manual and four geared automatic. Only maintenance and adjustment procedures
Mitsubishi Pajero 4WDs cars
The history of Mitsubishi Motors begins over one century ago, in 1870, when it was founded as the Mitsubishi Company. However, its automobiles first reached the market in 1917, when Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Company, a member of the Mitsubishi keiretsu, introduced the first Japan’s series-production automobile, the Model A. It was a four-door seven-seat sedan, equipped with a front-mounted 35 hp 2.8L straight-4 engine driving the rear wheels. This vehicle was capable to speed up to 32 km/h.
In the present, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation is the sixth largest Japanese automaker and the sixteen largest in the world, considering its production.
One of the most successful automobiles conceived by Mitsubishi Company is the Pajero Model. The first Pajero prototype was unveiled at the end of 1973, at the Tokyo Motor Show. Five years after, the Pajero II prototype was presented to the public. However, the first Pajero made its debut only in 1983, at the Paris Dakar Rally. Coming as a sport utility vehicle, Pajero is a front engine, four-wheel drive automobile.
First generation of Pajero SUVs was produced between 1982 and 1991. It was equipped with different features as: power steering, suspension seats, front double wishbone suspension with torsion bar spring or a turbocharged diesel engine. None of these have previously been seen on a Japanese four-wheel-drive car. There were produced multiple models powered by distinct engines between 2.0L 4-cylinder petrol and 3.0L V6 petrol. Regarding diesel engines, these first generation SUVs were powered by engines between 2.3L naturally aspirated diesel and 2.5L turbocharged diesel. The first generation automobiles firstly came as a three-door, short-wheelbase model with metal or canvas top. In 1983, Mitsubishi released a long-wheel, five-door model, powered either by a 2.0L turbocharged petrol engine, or by a 2.3L turbocharged diesel. The Pajero model was multiple times redesigned in 1984 and 1987. In 1988, a 3.0L SOHC V6 engine (Single Over Head Cam) and a 2.5L turbo diesel engine with the first 4x4 intercooler, reached the market.
The first 4WD (four-wheel-drive) model was introduced only by the second Pajero generation, which started in 1991. The Super Select 4WD (SS4), also known as ActivTrak 4WD in some markets, came with a multimode Anti-lock Braking System, being the first four-wheel-drive Japanese vehicle equipped with this system. Four SS4 II different variants were available: 2H – high-range rear-wheel drive, 4H – high range full time four-wheel drive, 4HLc – high-range four-wheel drive with locked center differential and 4LLc – low-range four-wheel drive with locked center differential. Even more, SS4 II was able to switch between two-wheel drive and full-time four-wheel drive at speeds up to 100 km/h, while the first generation models had to be stationary in order to switch from rear-wheel drive to four-wheel drive. This was a great advantage brought by the second generation vehicles. In the middle of 1993, two new engines were introduced on the market the 3.5L 24-valve DOHC (Dual Over Head Cam) with ECI-Multi and the 2.8L turbocharged diesel with an intercooler. Pajero Evolution was introduced late in 1997 with the Mitsubishi Innovative Valve Timing and Electronic Lift Control (MIVEC). The second generation SUVs’ production ended in 1999.
The third generation of Pajero SUVs was spread over a seven years period, between 1999 and 2006. The first model reached the Japanese market in 1999 and was launched in other markets too in late 2000 as a 2001 model. The old SS4 was refined and upgraded from multiple points of view. For example, the bevel gears were replaced with planetary ones. In addition, the system was made fully electronic, meaning that the vehicle didn’t have to be in gear to switch between drive modes. Therefore, the Super Select 4WD II was born. In addition, a new 3.8L SOHC 24-valve V6 powerplant was introduced, using the Electronic Throttle Valve (ETV), in order to deliver a refined cruising power.
The fourth generation started in 2006 and its models are produced in the present too. Its first model was introduced in September 2006 at the Paris Motor Show. Significant improvements were performed concering the interior and exterior of the SUVs. The Super Select 4WD II was retaind, but 2 systems were added in order to improve it: the Active Stability & Traction Control (ASTC) sytem and the electronic brakeforce distribution. Two new engines were introduced too: the 3.2L diesel gaining Rail technology, developing up to 167 hp and the3.8L V6 gaining MIVEC variable valve timing, capable to deliver 247 horsepower.
The latest Pajero 4WD model comes with an even more sporty and aggressive look, with re-designed elements and upgraded performances.
The petrol variant comes as an Exceed 5 Door Wagon, with 7 seats. Being equipped with a 3.8L V6 SOHC 24 valve MIVEC engine, it is able to deliver up to 246 hp at 6000rpm, using a 5-speed automatic transmission. The front suspension is independent with a double wishbone coil spring and stabilizer bar, while its rear suspension is also independent, but multi-link coil spring and stabiliser bar.
The diesel model comes in four distinct variants: GLX 5 Door Wagon – 5 seats, GLX-R 5 Door Wagon – 7 seats, VRX 5 Door Wagon – 7 seats and Exceed 5 Door Wagon – 7 seats. Comparing the fourth diesel variant with its petrol alternative, it is powered by a 3.2L 4 cylinders 16 valve intercooled turbo common-rail direct injection engine, capable to deliver a maximum of 197 horsepower. Its gross vehicle mass is about 3 thousands kilograms. However, it is equipped with multiple safety systems as: driver and front passenger SRS and side airbags, curtain airbags, Multi mode Anti-lock Braking System, Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), Active Stability Control (ASC), Active Traction Control (ATC) and Engine Brake Assist Control (EBAC).
In addition, both models, the petrol and the diesel one, present a redesigned exterior with privacy glasses, dusk sensing headlamps, high intensity discharge (HID) head lamps and auto rain sensing wipers.
Among the newest GLX, GLX-R, VRX and Exceed Pajero 4WD’s strengths, there are multiple remarkable properties and features as: MATT (Mitsubishi All Terrain Technology), electrochromatic mirror with reverse camera (provided for all models less the Exceed one), voice controlled Bluetooth 2.0, leather bound steering wheel, alloy wheels, USB port with iPod control interface and, finally Super Select 4WD (four-wheel-drive mechanism).
Mitsubishi Pajero 4WD SUV is one of the most requested automobiles on the Japanese market and global market too. Mitsubishi Motor Company continuously analyzes and design new concepts and features, in order to permanently increase the performances and the appearance of its Pajero 4WD automobiles.