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  1. Join Date
    Feb 2004
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    #1
    okay, for the first time in my life, naubusan ang battery ko ng fluid. (low tech pa battery ko kasi yun ang nakakabit when i bought it). i analyzed the situation and the reason why this happened is because we haven't had a driver for the last month kasi my parents fired him when they left for the States.

    now i want to be more self reliant when it comes to my pajero. what are the items that i should look at on a daily, weekly basis.


    1) water in battery
    2) water in radiator
    3) coolant in coolant receptacle
    4) wiper water in all three receptacles
    5) check oil dipstick
    6) air pressure in tires

    anything else?

    andy

  2. Join Date
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    #2
    brake and clutch fluid

  3. Join Date
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    #3
    that's right

    any more suggestions?

    andy

  4. Join Date
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    #4
    according to HAYNES

    every 400km or weekly check:
    -oil level
    -engine coolant
    -windshield washer
    -brake and clutch fluid levels
    -auto transmission fluid level
    -power steering fluid
    -tyres and tyre pressure


    can give you list from 5k or 3 months whichever comes first up to
    every 100,000km

  5. Join Date
    Aug 2003
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    #5
    there's a motorists guide, named MUST. look for this on the bookstores. its really a roadmap. but there are many useful stuff in there, like what you're asking for, like a sheet that has what to check every so and so kilometers. it also has registration guide, lists of LTO fines, hotels, vacation places, etc. really a very useful reference in your glove compartment.

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    #6
    pare, okay yang haynes list na yan. maybe you can post the complete list for everyone to see? thanks a bunch.

    where is the power steering fluid?

    andy

  7. Join Date
    Sep 2003
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    #7
    power steering location depende sa model ng pajero

    the HAYNES list comes from the Pajero Haynes repair manual
    covering 4g54, V6, 2.5ltr, 2.8ltr engilist is for all engine types above....

    will try to post list soon

    i can xerox list and other stuff you need from Haynes

    swap with xerox of Gen2 owner's manual if you want
    or if anyone's interested

  8. Join Date
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    #8
    Just open the hood and check fluid container you see. hehehehe.

    Also check for leaks or any funny smells.

    Don't forget to check stuff like belts and pulleys because they are a pain in the ass to repair by the side of the road.

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  9. Join Date
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    #9
    nabuhay si otep!!

  10. Join Date
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    #10
    naku, wala rin pla akong manual ng gen 2 paj ko.

    anyone has an extra one?

    andy

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daily, weekly checklist? help