Last week one of the batteries of My Pajero II gen (4D56 TDI) boiled and spilled out all acid. The other battery was fine (though it also heats up), so I took the decision of changing the boiled battery. New battery put in as per my knowledge but again it is boiling. Even some acid came out of it again after driving for approx 100km. I checked the voltage of generator and found 15V which is higher (must be around 14V). I want to know about the charging regulator system of this Pajero, I mean is it solid state or relay based? I went to local electrician and he told me to change the "Cutouts"? but these were not available with him. I want to know what is "Cutout"? Do Ustads call a relay as cutout? Does this gen pajero possess a DC generator or an alternator. Coming weekend im going to rawalpindi for this repair, so want to know whether to change alternator/generator or repair it/its regulation circuit. Is this regulation circuit inside the generator or outside? Can damaged rectifier diodes cause this overcharging? please suggest best place for repair. And the last question, where can I find best parts in rawalpindi, new or used?
I googled but no satisfactory answer found thatswhy starting new thread. Sorry for too much questions in a row. help will be highly appreciated.
@Xulfiqar Guru throw light on it @capsat Any help
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