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    Dear All!
    I have recently bought Pajero 94, Automatic, 2.8 Diesel (EXCEED).
    I have no past experience of 4x4 ride. So, can anyone guide me in simple words regarding following buttons/modes/Functions:

    1- R/D Lock (see image marked as 1)
    Help regarding Pajero Buttons/Modes - 1

    2- There is SOCKET besides R/D Lock button please see image (see image marked as 2)

    3- 3 status "A/T Mode" Switch (see image marked as 3)
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    4- 4x4 Gear Lever (see image marked as 4)
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    5- ON-OFF Switch (see image marked as 5)
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    6- There are 2 buttons (see image marked as 6)
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    Thanks
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    ok R/D is Rear Differential lock. This if the button is working is an added help during hard core offroading. It is not to be used on road. You can get more details from the net what a diff lock is...

    A/T mode...i believe this controls the ratio of changing gears......in laymans language....normally used when u are in racing mode.

    Then comes your 4x4 gear knob...... 4 H is all time 4wd and is used for normal slippery condition or when extra grip is required. 4HHc is all time 4 WD with centre differential locked. For slightly difficult conditions or driving in deep snow, sand or mud...

    4LLc is high ratio (layman lango..max power) where you do rock climbing, descending steep grade, deep sand or mud, or pulling out another vehicle....

    All these gears are interchangable in usage and once you have experience offroading various terrains you would know which one to use where......

    The rest of the buttons are unclear to me....if you may post it with better resolution.

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    Desert Devil is right.
    The button marked as SOCKET is your car charger for mobiles etc.
    DO NOT use Rear Diff lock if you don't know what it is or when and how you have to use it.
    The A/T mode button will allow three settings, normal, power, and hold. Hold is generally used for snowy conditions. Power for when you need it most, will adversely affect your power consumption too. Will allow more revs in each gear, and you will feel the car will get more responsive. Just use normal for regular street driving. You can be experimental though. Eg. When I was at the snow cross earlier this year, I used power mode instead of hold, only locked rear diffs when I was totally stuck and took them off when I was out, throughout I used the center diff locks, whether I was in 4H or 4L.

    The High/Low button at the end is your seat warmer. Use with care, I have leather seats on my Shogun, and once my kid turned this button to high, and there was some butt fry.

    Enjoy your ride, it will be comfortable and ample for light offroading, but excellent for mountains.

    RKR
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    But, life goes on. From RKR to MMC. 4x4 Engaged? Team Unimog, Pakistan

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    ^^i saw video of your exceed at the snow cross its performance was excellent
    RIP

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    Quote Originally Posted by raohamid View Post
    The High/Low button at the end is your seat warmer. Use with care, I have leather seats on my Shogun, and once my kid turned this button to high, and there was some butt fry.

    RKR
    i had a good Laugh reading this I hope the rear end is still not red

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    lol@rao hamid!
    well ur questions r already answered!

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    I miss those buttons... especially that transfer case lever...

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    @all

    Hey everybody here has become a MITSU expert (@RKR @desertdevil .....looks as if the MITSU bug has bitten hard) ..... the mitsu_man seems expendable now!!!!
    MEN DO IT AT DAKAR!!!

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    @ Mitsu_man........yeah u r right....the bug is out of hibernation

    ....looks like we are heading for a Mitsu club.

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    @desertdevil

    NO POLITICAL ASPIRATIONS here, amigo!
    MEN DO IT AT DAKAR!!!

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    Tallat,

    4x4 with Diff Locks is excellent to have, this feature is very handy when despite engaging 4x4 one is stuck. Your three advisers on Pajero (Rao, Mitsu and Deset Devil) are the best too.

    I am expert of nothing, but man, i like keeping my vehicles clean. The pics you have posted of the interior of your Pajero are rather disappointing. Come on man, if you can afford a 4x4, you can certainly afford a dashbord cleaner, bend your elbows a bit, trust me you will enjoy your ride even more.

    Vehicles are like pets, love them and they love you back, abuse them like an old prostitute and they will spread their legs at most unexpected places.

    My congratulations on having your first 4x4, happy motoring

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    Quote Originally Posted by raohamid View Post
    The High/Low button at the end is your seat warmer. Use with care, I have leather seats on my Shogun, and once my kid turned this button to high, and there was some butt fry.

    RKR
    LOL.....

    @poster as saidi said love your vehicle , you have some prized button in your vehicle mate , use and enjoy them

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    Quote Originally Posted by saidhi View Post
    Tallat,

    4x4 with Diff Locks is excellent to have, this feature is very handy when despite engaging 4x4 one is stuck. Your three advisers on Pajero (Rao, Mitsu and Deset Devil) are the best too.

    I am expert of nothing, but man, i like keeping my vehicles clean. The pics you have posted of the interior of your Pajero are rather disappointing. Come on man, if you can afford a 4x4, you can certainly afford a dashbord cleaner, bend your elbows a bit, trust me you will enjoy your ride even more.

    Vehicles are like pets, love them and they love you back, abuse them like an old prostitute and they will spread their legs at most unexpected places.

    My congratulations on having your first 4x4, happy motoring
    Well, that is one way to put it, one heck of a way !!!!

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    ^+1
    btw poster plz post pics of ur ride!!

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    Qasim Bahi,

    Brilliant reply. Mugambo khush hoa.
    Pro Pajero
    Believe half of what you see and none of what you hear.......

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    Thanks everybody....for your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwertypoiu View Post
    ^^i saw video of your exceed at the snow cross its performance was excellent
    Qwerty, wish you were there, I had fun, and yes, she out lived my expectations. She's not an Exceed, she's a Shogun but only because she has heated seats

    RKR
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    Quote Originally Posted by raohamid View Post
    Desert Devil is right.
    The button marked as SOCKET is your car charger for mobiles etc.
    DO NOT use Rear Diff lock if you don't know what it is or when and how you have to use it.
    The A/T mode button will allow three settings, normal, power, and hold. Hold is generally used for snowy conditions. Power for when you need it most, will adversely affect your power consumption too. Will allow more revs in each gear, and you will feel the car will get more responsive. Just use normal for regular street driving. You can be experimental though. Eg. When I was at the snow cross earlier this year, I used power mode instead of hold, only locked rear diffs when I was totally stuck and took them off when I was out, throughout I used the center diff locks, whether I was in 4H or 4L.

    The High/Low button at the end is your seat warmer. Use with care, I have leather seats on my Shogun, and once my kid turned this button to high, and there was some butt fry.

    Enjoy your ride, it will be comfortable and ample for light offroading, but excellent for mountains.

    RKR
    hehe talking from $$ experience on engaging difflock
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    Laparwah, Salman, and Sarosh Nothing like punjabi BBQ.

    @Mitsu
    Oh Mitsu, don't get all cynical on me now bro. You introduced, you lead. Simple. Once you're in, you're never out. Will need you most when you want to sell the EVOLUTION for 5 lakhs

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    But, life goes on. From RKR to MMC. 4x4 Engaged? Team Unimog, Pakistan

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    @Mitsu
    Question bro- What's this I here about shifting into 4x4 while on the go with Pajeros/Shoguns/Monteros etc? Not willing to give it a go if you haven't already. Response please.

    RKR
    I will miss her, that RKR. She will always be the one that got away.
    But, life goes on. From RKR to MMC. 4x4 Engaged? Team Unimog, Pakistan

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