Question about 1999 Isuzu Trooper
Trying to fit a turbo timer to a 1999 isuzu trooper need to now wat wires are the o2 ones on the ecu
D14 and D15 for sensor A and C14 and C15 for sensor B on connector C2 for the 6 cylinder
Posted on Feb 23, 2012
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Posted on Feb 22, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Be careful............if the engine you want to fit is made by VM, these have individual cylinder heads. In Europe they have given
a heap of trouble and have to be replaced when they overheat.
If you have a friend who speaks Spanish, get him/her to surf the net and have him/her translate some of the stuff I've read about here in Spain.
I am looking for a Grand Cherokee and have been advised to look for the 2.7 model engine which is a derivative of the older Mercedes engine.........they last forever and spares are easy to get.
Mike (Madrid) in Spain
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
The EGR valve is a cylindrical unit above the engine. It would be behind the
It will have a cable connected to it. Unplug the cable.
There two bolts. Simply remove.
An that is all there is to it.
Simply put the new EGR valve in its place, screw in the bolts and reconnect the cable.
Make sure to see a gasket. The gasket can stick to either the EGR valve or the throttle body. It does come off easily but since it is metallic, it looks like it part of the throttle/egr valve.
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Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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Posted on Oct 05, 2009
4JX1 diesel engine has a belt . 4JGE is a different engine completely. To change it set #1 on tdc fireing stroke using the mark on the back lip of the crank pulley (sit it at 12'oclock) and see the mark on the camshaft bearing matches the notch on the pulley .Ignore the marks on the lower belt pulley.
Tensioner and cover removal/replacement is standard and the chnage period is 60,000 miles.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
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