Mitsubishi pajero 3.8 v6 problems




Mitsubishi pajero 3.8 v6 problems

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  • Jun 10, The Mitsubishi V6 Pajero is an excellent vehicle. The fuel consumption will be in the normal 6/7 km per litre range for any V6 4x4.

    Luggage space will be a problem but looking at a possible roof rack Essentially the various 'models' of the Mitsubishi V6 engine are from the.

    Jul 21, I bought a used low mileage Gen 4 Pajero V6 LWB GLS a couple of fuel consumption is high I think Mitsubishi s claimed consumption is.

    Mitsubishi pajero 3.8 v6 problems

    Mitsubishi pajero 3.8 v6 problems

    Very good Ground clearance for our muddy roads. We were planning on doing a full free flowing exhaust system with extractors in the future, so that will be addressed at that stage and we will probably make it quieter It's had the usual major services done every ,km which includes changing the timing belt, tensioners etc. My second car in Dubai. Probably the biggest tow it did was hauling aaron hogan's busted coon wagon from Shep back to melbourne and virtually the same trip again the next day.

    Mitsubishi pajero 3.8 v6 problems

    Mitsubishi pajero 3.8 v6 problems

    Mitsubishi pajero 3.8 v6 problems

    Mitsubishi pajero 3.8 v6 problems

    Mitsubishi pajero 3.8 v6 problems

    Longevity of V6? - Pajero 4WD Club of Victoria Public Forum

    What are these engines like? Economy compared with other petrols? Thank you kindly good sirs and others. I borrowed my bosses petrol 3. I paid no attention to fuel economy as it was company car but it pulled the kg's nicely. The belt didn't look too difficult on the NS I had. Single pulley per bank and room to swing spanners.

    Southo towed the PF Taurus around no prob. I'm sure he'll throw in a comment. I'll have a look through some emails as I am sure I gave the figures to someone who was asking I towed a couple cars with my mums NM 3. Normal driving saw L, so pretty thirsty. SWB tows OK eh, that's good to know. As for a diesel, they are flavour of the month and priced accordingly, a lot of them have big kays too.

    Mitsubishi pajero 3.8 v6 problems

    Nah, petrol will do me, the jury is still out on the long term durability of CRD's and in fact a bloke who had owned a Toyota from new had the fuel system fail at ,km. Seven thou to fix he said.

    That's a bit scarey, friend's old four speed auto Prado got when we towed a car interstate and I thought that was bad. It's not worth pulling them apart twice to do it properly. Pumps are only a couple hundred. From doing a few figures it is better off to buy a petrol on gas than a diesel, figuring it will use around l per k worth of gas compared to Petrol compared to diesel is 20kw up and 70 odd nm short on torque. About the same as a six speed auto Territory on petrol. Ours now does I consistently get heaps better economy than the no-pics does, if you drive it gentle, it's not that bad..

    Mitsubishi pajero 3.8 v6 problems

    She is much harder on the gas than I am and it shows in the economy.. Towing our 6x8 caged box-trailer with about kg or so in it so maybe kg all up saw us get That was with the factory 18's with Highway tyres.

    Looked up the fuel usage when towing the Taurus for the second trip. I know that it used L of fuel and I looked up the rough distance using Google Maps.. It basically was about km on that L of fuel so that works out to around As was mentioned earlier.. Our NS in stock form averaged Just for comparison our 3. Silicon, That is the reason we went with petrol in the first place.. My daughter had one of these she offered to sell me, top of the line car in top condition, SWB.

    The only problem I had with it was the tank was too small and I hate stopping for anything if I can avoid it. I think the SWB only has something like a 70 litre fuel capacity. I agree with you that most of the servicing costs are excessive! Some people remove the DPF as well. Diesel motor is not too hard to service; most painful job is the tappets which take a fair while to do, but are not difficult.

    Mitsubishi pajero 3.8 v6 problems

    Agree, wonder if it is possible to extend the stock tank, assuming it is metal. Best we have done on a trip was km on From the Pajero club of Vic Forum Basically everything that is needed to fit the tank is included in the kit which is great http: As for the sound I hate it, It's louder and V6's generally don't sound well when they are given an untuned sports type muffler.

    We were planning on doing a full free flowing exhaust system with extractors in the future, so that will be addressed at that stage and we will probably make it quieter The Territory petrol you also mentioned has a 75l tank.

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