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How do you remove sump from Isuzu KB Bakkie
you can get guide from many sites.. i know few
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on Feb 15, 2019
How to test the high pressure oil pump?
If you have no oil pressure on the dash gauge you need to drop the tin sump under the engine and check the two oil pick up pipes in there . They crack and fall off or the seal goes hard letting in air so no oil pumps. An known fault on the 3.0
The long one is for the engine oil lube ( turbo ) and the short one is for the injection system .
The high pressure pump is only for the injectors.
If you have good oil pressure on the dash gauge then I agree with Guru Ronaldbrains the turbos are poor but ! its 5/30 oil in 3.0 4JX1 engine or you will have starting troubles .
on Feb 05, 2019
How to timing the belt
before you remove belt time mark on cam gear as well as crankshaft pulley, the timming mark on the pump drive gear (lower gear in this picture) will not line up but thats ok line up the mark on pulley to rear cover at about 12 O clock when the belt is off.
on Feb 21, 2018
I just bought an 2003
indicates a fuel supply and pressure problem
check and bleed the system
have the injectors professionally overhauled by a diesel specialist shop
on Oct 12, 2017
Trans. slips 99 isuzu trooper
no response so
1:will it slip parked, idling, in drive,foot
on brake,? then advance throttle and see like 2000rpm but fails and goes why higher?
that is the stall test failing,
2:fail in reverse, parked?
fail only moving
gee,,,, can you say more than SLIP?
on Feb 22, 2017
P0174 P0172 P0171 P0300 p0101 P0175
I had the trooper in for an oil change and emmissions check. Next day, it almost stalled. After a couple trips, it started to stall every time it stopped and I tried to start up again.
Turned out, the tubing coming out of the MAF has a hose clamp around it. That hose clamp could freely spin around. I tightened it up. The truck started running better. And after 3-4 trips, the codes cleared themselves.
Reading about it, there are a lot more causes, but this was apparently mine. IDK why it was loose. Something at the inspection place. Maybe they did it on purpose because they wanted nearly $80 to replace the fuel filter (a $10 part) and I refused.
on Feb 09, 2017
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