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  1. Thank you so much @Barry Lots of very practical info that i will use. This is what comes with Mitsubishi kit as sold by Habtoor. Anything worth adding to what I have: TIMING BELT TIMING BELT TENSIONER ADJUSTER TIMING BELT TENSIONER ADJUSTER PULLEY, VALVE TIMING IDLE PULLEY,ALTERNATOR IDLER PULLEY,ALTERNATOR IDLER WATER PUMP KIT ROCKER COVER GASKET SEAL OIL SEAL,CAMSHAFT THERMOSTAT KIT GASKET,PCV VALVE OIL SEAL MANIFOLD GASKET WATER OUTLET HOSE GASKET
  2. Hi I am about to change timing belt in my pajero and it is going to be the first time i have ever done it. I am confused about parts. An experience friend from the home country told me that i need the belt, tensioner, pulley and water pump, and that is all I purchased. However when I checked at Habtoor they told me that the timing belt kit consists of some 15 different items. Where does this come from? Do I really need all the items that are in the oficial Mitsubishi kit from Habtoor?
  3. Thank you. I already got the parts. Anyone can recommend a mechanic that is experienced in pajero?
  4. Thank you for the info and especially links. Very helpful. I was hoping to buy parts myself and find a place just to change / fix them. I would buy the parts in Sharjah on the car shop road, but actually struggling to find a garage that I can trust to do the work properly. Would anyone here know the right place for such work? Anybody has done it recently? Or do you think I am paranoid about this search as it is a simple job and any garage can do it?
  5. My 2013 Pajero is up for 100k service, including timing belt replacement. I would like to avoid paying a small fortune to a big garage. What is my best option to do it low cost but good quality?
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