Mitsubishi Pajero

1982-1998 of release

Repair and car operation



Митсубиси Паджеро
+ 1.1. The instrument panel and control means
+ 2. Maintenance service
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Cooling system
+ 5. Greasing system
+ 6. The power supply system
+ 7. Release system
+ 8. Fuel system
+ 9. A running part
+ 10. A suspension bracket and a steering
- 11. Brake system
   11.1. Technical characteristics
   11.2. The vacuum amplifier of brakes
   11.3. Adjustment of brakes
   11.4. The switch of a signal of braking
   11.5. Removal and pedal installation
   11.6. The main cylinder of brakes
   11.7. The dosing out valve
   11.8. A regulator of pressure of back brakes (1992-98)
   11.9. The control valve of the amplifier of brakes
   11.10. Hoses and tubes
   11.11. Removal of air from a hydrodrive of brakes
   + 11.12. Forward disk brakes
   + 11.13. Back drum-type brakes
   + 11.14. Back disk brakes (1992-98)
   + 11.15. A manual brake
   11.16. Antiblocking system (ABS)
   11.17. The hydromodule
   11.18. The overload gauge
   11.19. The gauge of speed
+ 12. A body
+ 13. An electric equipment
+ 14. Electroschemes


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11.18. The overload gauge

THE GENERAL DATA

The gauge of an overload till 1993 (at the top of) and since 1994

The gauge is mounted near to the lever of a manual brake.

Removal and installation

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. Disconnect the battery from weight.
2. Remove the back floor panel.
3. Disconnect from the gauge a socket, turn away 2 bolts and remove the gauge.
4. After gauge installation check up system work in car-care centre.

THE MANAGEMENT BLOCK

The management block is mounted on a mudguard, is under the back right panel.

Removal and installation

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. Disconnect the battery from weight.
2. Remove the third seat (if it is provided).
3. Remove the right panel in the bottom part of a back compartment (subsection 12.26 see).
4. Turn away 4 screws and remove the big arm.
5. Turn away 2 screws, disconnect a socket and remove the block of management with a small arm.
6. Installation is carried out upside-down.