Pajero Evolution Mivec (V55W)

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smokey_x
Vehicle: Pajero EVO 3.5L Mivec
Country: ZA
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Re: Pajero Evolution Mivec (V55W)

Tue Feb 18, 2014 2:32 pm

I Know the feeling just dont want a non SA one.
We have one willpost pic's soon busy with engine rebuild
powder coated most of the engine bits as well.
Will keep you posted on it
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smokey_x
Vehicle: Pajero EVO 3.5L Mivec
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Re: Pajero Evolution Mivec (V55W)

Fri Feb 21, 2014 9:42 am

Hi guy just to show you I do love the EVO's and I am not talking BS

Busy with a Engine Rebuild on her now.

Just to keep things right. According to japan there where the following Build of these beutiful cars.
On your Vin the last five numbers tells you witch number your car is.
Thx Gerard for the info Here is the Link

http://www.pocuk.com/forums/viewtopic.p ... sc&start=0

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Thank you for your patronage of Mitsubishi Pajero Evolution.

Please kindly be informed that approximately 2500 units of these cars were made in 1997.

We hope this info. can be of any assistance to you.

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llec999
Vehicle: 1995 Pajero SWB 2.8TD (After selling LWB Did:)
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Re: Pajero Evolution Mivec (V55W)

Tue Feb 16, 2016 11:45 am

I can get a EVO in Mozambique... Not perfect but in good shape. What should I pay?
Llewellyn
1995 Pajero SWB 2.8TD
1996 Delica 2.8td
1999 Pajero 3.2DiD LWB (Diesel problem...)
1997 Pajero Junior 1.1 (written off hitting a Drifter Double cab)
Bear
Vehicle: EVO 1997
Country: FRANCE
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Re: Pajero Evolution Mivec (V55W)

Mon Sep 05, 2016 8:27 am

Where are you leaving ?

My EVO comes from Japan WITHOUT manual !

1st question : I'm from France and have a "little problem" with the TV on the dashboard (Evo received from Japan lats week)
Can you explain to me how i must use it ?
The screen comes out of the dashboard but did not fall . . .
Any solution ?
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2nd question : WHAT is it ? . . . And how i can use it ?
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3rd one : WHAT is it ? . . . And how i can use it ?
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Many thanks / Bear
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Forest Fab
Vehicle: 1997 Pajero LWB [sold]
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Re: Pajero Evolution Mivec (V55W)

Mon Sep 12, 2016 10:14 am

Bear wrote:Where are you leaving ?

My EVO comes from Japan WITHOUT manual !

1st question : I'm from France and have a "little problem" with the TV on the dashboard (Evo received from Japan lats week)
Can you explain to me how i must use it ?
The screen comes out of the dashboard but did not fall . . .
Any solution ?

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2nd question : WHAT is it ? . . . And how i can use it ?

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3rd one : WHAT is it ? . . . And how i can use it ?

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Many thanks / Bear

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Salut Bear,

I'm also French (but live in South Africa) and although I don't own an Evo, I'll try to answer your questions. We can speak French via PM if you find it easier ;)

1. I'm not sure about this one. I imagine that the "slide" button is for on screen navigation, and not to tilt the screen up and down? Have you tried to push those buttons?
And what happens if you try to tilt the screen up by hand? Is it stuck?

2. This is a compass (boussole) and needs to be set up. Press and hold the round button with a "S" on it at the bottom right. A "S" should flash and go around in circles on the gauge. You need to drive the car slowly in a circle. This is for the car to learn where North is and to calibrate itself. You can/need to set your magnetic deviation too, I don't remember exactly how to do this, maybe it was by pushing "S" once more after it was calibrated? Maybe others here will have a fresher memory than myself (I sold mine a while ago).
You need to do this everytime you unplug the battery.
And in the half circle under the car drawing is the outside temperature.

3. Again, not sure about the Evos, my first thought was that it could be the radio antennas, but you have it on the A pillar on the passenger side. Maybe the TV antenna then? I haven't seen it on the pictures of the other Evos posted here, but maybe TV was an option that the other ones here didn't have.

I hope this helps!
Très belle voiture au passage ;)
A+
Fab.
I am not stuck, I am just momentarily unable to move...
Bear
Vehicle: EVO 1997
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Re: Pajero Evolution Mivec (V55W)

Sun Jan 01, 2017 7:11 pm

Désolé Fab, je ne viens de voir cette réponse que maintenant !
Deux raisons :
1- MDP perdu
2- Comme je ne parle pas anglais couramment, je ne viens pas souvent ici
3- (oui, je sais, j'avais dit DEUX ! lol ) Je suis dans les paperasses depuis Juillet pour faire homologuer mon Evo par l'administration française.

Bon, 1er Janvier oblige : MEILLEURS VOEUX et bonne santé.

Je vais traduire tout ça, je ne comprends pas grand chose dès que les phrases sortent du contexte scolaire.
A bientôt.

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Forest Fab
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Re: Pajero Evolution Mivec (V55W)

Tue Jan 03, 2017 8:25 am

Salut Bear, et bonne année a toi aussi!

Je t'envoie un MP avec mon message précédent en français ;)
I am not stuck, I am just momentarily unable to move...
Bear
Vehicle: EVO 1997
Country: FRANCE
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Re: Pajero Evolution Mivec (V55W)

Wed Nov 15, 2017 4:07 pm

Le voilà . . . et il roule (enfin, parfois).

Question to the owners of pajero evolution.
I have a leakage current on the battery.
When I do not use the pajero for more than 7 days, can not start, battery too low !
I know how to do the diagnosis by unplugging the fuses one by one to find which component is the cause of the failure, but it is not one that is protected by a fuse in the engine compartment. are there other fuses elsewhere that I can not find ?
Thank you for your help, I have no documentation, neither in Japanese nor in English (let alone in French !)

If you can reply to me, mail to : Bear83@wanadoo.fr (with explain please).
MANY THANKS

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I come to find the culprit, it is the one surrounded in yellow under the dashboard. But what does it protect ?

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Forest Fab
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Re: Pajero Evolution Mivec (V55W)

Thu Nov 16, 2017 10:17 am

Salut Bear,

You can download the user's manual from this forum HERE
When you open the zip file, open "08 - For emergencies" and look at page 28/41 (page 239 of the manual).
This is not specific to the Evo, but I guess that it will have a lot in common with the normal Pajero.

It looks like the culprit is fuse 14, that runs the clock and the inside lights (which makes sense).
To confirm, maybe look at the current drawn with the doors closed (inside lights will be off) and a door open (inside lights will be on) and you should have more draw then.
The clock will permanently draw current.

Send me a PM if you need all of this in French 8-)
Fab.
I am not stuck, I am just momentarily unable to move...
Bear
Vehicle: EVO 1997
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Re: Pajero Evolution Mivec (V55W)

Sun Nov 19, 2017 8:14 pm

Merci Fab. Tant pis pour l'anglais, trop difficile pour moi.

Merci Google !
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"Vous pouvez télécharger le manuel de l'utilisateur à partir de ce forum ICI
Lorsque vous ouvrez le fichier zip, ouvrez "08 - Pour les urgences" et regardez les pages 28/41 (page 239 du manuel).
Ce n'est pas spécifique à l'Evo, mais je suppose qu'il aura beaucoup en commun avec le Pajero normal.
On dirait que le coupable est le fusible 14, qui court l'horloge et les lumières intérieures (ce qui est logique).
Pour confirmer, peut-être regarder le courant dessiné avec les portes fermées (les lumières intérieures seront éteintes) et une porte ouverte (les lumières intérieures seront allumées) et vous devriez avoir plus de tirage alors.
L'horloge va attirer le courant de manière permanente."
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* Le fusible en question (14 effectivement) commande/protège la loupiotte en bas des 2 portes quand on ouvre, ainsi que le beep-beep qui va avec.
il ne coupe pas l'horloge quand je le supprime.
J'ai pas (encore) fait un test de charge batterie avec et sans ce fusible, ce sera fait dès que je l'aurai chargée.
* Je te remercie pour la doc, j'ai trouvé pour moteur et périfs, mais celle-là, j'avais pas.
* J'en ai acheté un autre (3.2 Di-D / 2000 / 193.000kms) avec "défaut Pompe injection" . . . à pas cher (le proprio en avait ras le Q d'y injecter du fric.
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- Démarrage OK
- Ralenti OK
- Impossible de monter dans les tours ! Dès qu'on accélère le moteur cogne et broute et fait une fumée noire de locomotive à charbon.
C'est parait-il, la maladie du 3.2 DI-D : limaille de pompe + intérieur du réservoir qui se dégrade . . . l'un entraine l'autre.
Je démonte et vais jusqu'à la pompe, on verra bien, ça m'occupe.
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MERCI encore.
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