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Pajero 4D56 (2500) Parts Cross-Reference List! #766216 11/19/06 05:26 AM
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There's quite a few diesels posting now, and many are from Canada/US, so I thought it prudent for us to start compiling our 4D56 parts crossref's in one thread, to help each other, and any newbies that come along.

Here are a few guidelines, to keep the thread from getting cluttered and thus less useful:

-Try to refrain from chat/conversation in this thread - if you need to comment, make a separate post.
-If someone has already posted with a part number, and you have another number to add for the same part, PM me, and I'll edit/add it to their post (since your edit priveleges on your own thread expires after a short time). This will keep the part types together.
-Don't post your cross-ref number unless you have either used it, or have it on reliable info, i.e. Mitsubishi's CAPS program, etc (like the some of you, I've compiled literally HUNDREDS of part numbers, but I won't post any till I buy/try em first)
-Try to include the retailer where the part is available, if applicable.
-Turn OFF your signature PLEASE (just for this thread only)

The format we will use is:


Part name:

Part Brand and Number (retailers name)

I'll start in the next post below.

Phil <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

Oil Filters [Re: PajEvo] #766217 11/19/06 05:37 AM
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Oil Filters:

-Wix 51067 (Available at NAPA, and other Wix Retailers)
-Baldwin BD28 (Union Tractor, Traction, etc, as per Torquemonster)

Re: Oil Filters [Re: PajEvo] #766218 11/29/06 11:27 PM
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Getting the Wheeling Fever
Fuel filter
Napa/Wix # 3128

Block heater
Napa # 605-3509


1991 Pajero 2.5 TDi BoUnCy seats 33s OBA & Syn bow to stern.
Pajero in spanish ='Wanker'
Rear Brake Pads [Re: Wanker] #766219 01/04/07 07:42 AM
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Rear disc brake pads to fit V24/44:
"Raybestos" ceramic: PGD567C (as specc'ed for 92 Montero)

Main charging 100A Fuse [Re: PajEvo] #766220 01/07/07 07:52 AM
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redbull Offline
Body Damage is Cool
100A Main Charging circuit Fuse
NAPA part # 782-2035

Block Heater [Re: redbull] #766221 01/07/07 05:37 PM
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Frost plug type coolant/block heater:
Temro pn 3100051 (Canadian Tire)

Air Filters [Re: PajEvo] #766222 01/07/07 05:46 PM
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Air Filter
K&N E2871 (Auto Parts Plus, NAPA)

auto transmission kit [Re: PajEvo] #766223 01/07/07 10:59 PM
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vlad4d56 Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
FT1112, Fram kit (filter and 2 gaskets) - in Lordco.

Re: Rear Brake Pads [Re: PajEvo] #766224 01/18/07 04:50 PM
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Neo Offline
Wheeler
Front disc brake pads to fit V24(Early production):
"Raybestos" ceramic: PGD349C ( [color:"red"]as spec'd for 1991 Montero [/color] )
AutoValue Parts

***These pads are 128mm in length - measure yours first***


1991 JDM SWB Pajero TD - Sold....
1997 Dodge Ram 2500 Cummins 4x4
Headlights and front signals [Re: Neo] #766225 02/05/07 06:42 AM
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Body Damage is Cool
For converting a JDM Gen2 LWB Pajero to DOT spec Gen2 Montero headlights:

Headlights
Mitsubishi part #s: MB623253 and MB623254

**Note Pajero is H4(9003) bulb and Montero is 9004. Grab a 9004 socket (and bulbs) to splice in place of the H4 one. Also order bulb retainer ring (Mitsubishi part# MB623229) and rubber cover (Mitsubishi part# MB683963) if ordering new parts. Used parts may come with these already. You may be able to modify the Pajero rubber cover to fit, but you risk water getting into your expensive headlights!

Front Signals
Mitsubishi part #s: MB677763 and MB677764

These are amber colored single bulb signals and you will lose the Pajero's cornering lamps.


1991 Mitsubishi Pajero XP TD LWB family hauler.
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