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Old 30th October 2010, 19:48   #16
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Boss give me full details of your existing engine Year of manufecture, whatever maximum information you get from your physical inspection or service book ,owners manual and also your budget for replacement I will definately find out solution to you problem

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I will PM you the number of the chap that maintains my car in Mysore. He does all the work on my car and is really good.
Hi Boeuff, why PM? Please share the information out here on the public forum itself. That way, it'll help countless other members & guests.

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First get your timing issue sorted. The powerloss could be because of that. Replace all gaskets and o-rings wherever you see leaks. Then do a compression test.

Where are you losing oil. Do you have blue smoke or is leaking out?
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As all member above me has said, the engine re-build/ replacement should be the last resort. Now that you did a 1500 kms trip shows that the engine is ok and can be trusted and relied upon.
As Arka and Mpower and others have said, try sorting out the issues one by one and then take a call.
A picture speaks a 1000 words, Please post pics of the places you see oil leakages

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His name is Ravikiran, Bharathi Motors Mysore. Mobile 9845341324
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Firstly I want you to check the engine your self. Start the engine, does it crank smoothly, starts immediately. If so then engine life should be partly good. Next leave the engine running for normal temp. Next remove the oil cap while engine is running. See if any smoke is coming out of valve door. See if oil has burning smell. Pull the oil dip stick check for any white smoke coming out of it. If yes then it means engine has lost its life. Least you can do is change piston rings to slightly over size, it really works. Change all oil seals( cam, crank etc), give pump for recalibration . For these work to be done a mech is in Banreghatta road is the best for pajero. Need any help pm me.
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can someone help me source a engine for my 1996 pajero,its a 2800cc turbo diesel engine the model no is 4m40t its similar to the one sold in india.
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can someone help me source a engine for my 1996 pajero,its a 2800cc turbo diesel engine the model no is 4m40t its similar to the one sold in india.
Talk to Kannan in Chennai. No is 9444051901.
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Thanks a ton jyobeb,
spoke to Mr Kannan,he said he only has the bottom half but could arrange for a delica engine which is similar to the one in the pajero and get it installed at a known garage.he said it would cost about 1.5.Is he trust worthy and is that a good price?
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The difference in the Delica engine is the oil filter placement and maybe the sump, both of which can be fitted from your old engine. Kannan is a very dependable person, but you could bargain a little more with him. His stuff is usually very good quality. You can tell him John (me) referred you to him.
By the way the imported 4M40 engines are about 10bhp up on power over the Indian built ones!

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Thanks a ton jyobeb,
spoke to Mr Kannan,he said he only has the bottom half but could arrange for a delica engine which is similar to the one in the pajero and get it installed at a known garage.he said it would cost about 1.5.Is he trust worthy and is that a good price?
That sounds good. Are you going in for the transplant?

BTW didn't you try going back to the Pune mechanic who did the rebuild?

Do keep us updated.

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So, the driver abused the car on the expressway leading it to over heat and stall. On towing the car to the authorised here's the list of parts that they came back with,
Part Number Description Qty
ME193804 HEAD ASSY ENG CYLINDER 1
ME200752 GASKET CYLINDER - 2DOT 1
ME200403 GASKET ROCKER COVER 1
ME202687 VALVE INLET 4
ME202688 VALVE EXHAUST 4
ME203754 GLOW PLUGS 4
ME241213 VALVE STEM SEAL 8
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