I believe those fasteners should be "slid" into place on the part that was removed first (should be a slot to receive it), then line everything up and it should snap in.
yup, did exactly that today. Had a hell of a time trying to pry them out until a found a video that suggested a fork... Worked perfectly! Every single one popped right out with no damage.I believe those fasteners should be "slid" into place on the part that was removed first (should be a slot to receive it), then line everything up and it should snap in.
While you're under the rig, you'll want to lube the shift rod on the freewheel assembly.I'm gonna drain and fill all the fluids (trans, rear diff, transfer case) and see if that helps.
You may also need to check the vacuum diaphragm on the front axle disconnect for movement or leaks. I had to replace mine due to a tear in the outer section. The system also usually needs to be exercised, especially if it wasn't used much.
You'll find some more troubleshooting tips here: Pajero Blinking 4WD
I'll send a PM about the headrests
Awesome, thanks guys. I should have some time next week to look at this stuff.While you're under the rig, you'll want to lube the shift rod on the freewheel assembly.
Check out page 26-37 in the below link. When you're under the front end, you'll see a dust boot. On the driver's side there is a small tab on the end of the boot. Use this to pull the boot back to expose the shift rod. Apply some grease and return the dust boot to its original location.
(GL-4 in the transfer case, GL-5 in the diffs., MM SP-III in the transmission.)