Question about 1989 Isuzu Trooper
It was running fine then acted like I turned off the key but didn't. Now it won't start, replaced the coil relay and the ignition coil. It doesn't look like any wires or anything is loose. Battery is charged fuel is getting to the "carb". When I turn the engine over fuel shoots out when the line is disconnected.
Have a 2.6 with the same issues. only mine will almost always start after disconnecting the fuel line and reconnecting it. I have replaced the fuel pump, inline filter and pressure regulator. My car dog friends are telling me it's the injectors.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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