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Vehicle Specific Forums

Posted: Sat Nov 07, 2009 1:44 pm
by Lionbar
As we are a club with different types of vehicles, I thought that putting in some addresses of web sites that are vehicle specific.
Many of them make great reading and are really informative, from experience i have found that they are more helpful at diagnosing a problem than the agency
So here goes, here are two of the forums I use for investigating issues with my cars:

www.patrol4x4.com for the Badrool

www.thenissanpath.com for the pathfinder.

The amount of info available is amazing, plus some of them have members who work for the car manufacturers who pass on tricks and secrets for the cars, very usefull.

please maintain this as an informative directory and add anything that might be usefull

Posted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 12:19 am
by tintin
Nice idea matey. Us jeepers need all the info we can get, well the ones with teh real jeeps. None of this JK crap. ha ha.

http://www.jeepforum.com
http://www.nagca.com (grand cherokee)
http://www.naxja.com (jeep cherokee xj)
http://www.quadratecjeepforum.com
http://www.jeepz.com
http://www.jeepsunlimited.com
http://www.jk-forum.com
http://www.jeepcommander.com
http://www.myjeepcompass.com

This last one is a link that lists all jeep forums to save a little time.
Hope you all enjoy.
http://www.google.ae/search?q=jeep+foru ... =firefox-a

If I can think of any more I will post them.

Posted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 12:38 am
by Uncle
Thanks for the info guys, now I have two additional forums to browse, one for SAHAR and the other for El Torro :D

Posted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 1:06 am
by JAX
Great info guys - thanks :)

Posted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 2:31 am
by Wasif Ahmed
This is a great idea. Since I drive a FJ Cruiser and have information on this that can be shared here are two interesting links.

http://www.FJ-UAE.com

http://www.fjcruiserforums.com

Posted: Sun Nov 07, 2010 10:42 am
by tintin
Another useful link to a new site. anything lifted.com They are a USA based site for general discussions on all 4x4's that are modified.... or not!

http://www.anythinglifted.com/

Posted: Sun Nov 07, 2010 5:51 pm
by pseacraft
tintin wrote:Nice idea matey. Us jeepers need all the info we can get, well the ones with teh real jeeps. None of this JK crap. ha ha.
...
www.jk-forum.com ...
Your a nut! :smiley2:

The other top notch JK webpage is: http://project-jk.com Which is owned by the same lad as JK-Forum. Chocked full of awesome JK crap ! :smiley3: :smiley10:

Issue with ASR (Anti Slip Regulation) still active offroad for Mitsubishi Pajero

Posted: Mon Feb 02, 2015 11:35 pm
by bert2
Hi Team, heard of this before?
The ASR (Anti Slip Regulation) on my Pajero 3.8 L, 2010, is activated, it seems, at all time, while offroad. End result, as soon as I have a minimum of "spinning" of any wheel(s), the engine dies off, and I get immediately stuck, at the worst moment in the dune. The User Manual discribes that it should be de-activated if either the 4x4 Low, or the Rear Diff Lock, are engaged. However, I did not manage to get any sign that this was effective (not seen any de-activation light, etc.), and, on the contrary, I have paid the cost with two offroad trials, two plain "stuck" in sand, and abandon in shame, pulled by other vehicule, while another Pajero was progressing without issue (earlier version, no ASR).
Any advise? The Mitsubishi Dealer will probably point me to the manual :o hwell:
Thanks for ideas to share,

Jean-Louis

Posted: Tue Feb 03, 2015 10:01 am
by Mohannad
bert2 wrote:Hi Team, heard of this before?
The ASR (Anti Slip Regulation) on my Pajero 3.8 L, 2010, is activated, it seems, at all time, while offroad. End result, as soon as I have a minimum of "spinning" of any wheel(s), the engine dies off, and I get immediately stuck, at the worst moment in the dune. The User Manual discribes that it should be de-activated if either the 4x4 Low, or the Rear Diff Lock, are engaged. However, I did not manage to get any sign that this was effective (not seen any de-activation light, etc.), and, on the contrary, I have paid the cost with two offroad trials, two plain "stuck" in sand, and abandon in shame, pulled by other vehicule, while another Pajero was progressing without issue (earlier version, no ASR).
Any advise? The Mitsubishi Dealer will probably point me to the manual :o hwell:
Thanks for ideas to share,

Jean-Louis
contact Mohammed AbU Obaid he have pajero since 2008 and i believe he can help you mob. 0506139123

Posted: Sat Feb 07, 2015 5:22 pm
by PR
For Toyota Land Cruiser, I like ih8mud.org - excellent.

I agree with jeepforum.com and patrol4x4.com :)