My 01 isuzu trooper is having some hard times startin and i know its the plugs. the battery is good , i checked.
but where the hell are the plugs hiding from me? and where are the wiring to the distributor?
just cant find it.
i'd like to get a diagram or a picture showing the location, if possible.
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If your mechanics say the mass air flow sensor, fuel pump and fuel filter is good then check your intake Manifold Gasket. It is a hard 1/4 inch thick plastic gasket that cracks frequently and causes sputtering when letting off your gas pedal and eventually lead to stalling at red lights and stop signs if cracked bad enough.
search around for auto recyclers via a google search. find one with a searchable inventory, they are out there. marshall's in circleville, ohio is one. search for a transmission for a 99 isuzu trooper and for a 01 trooper transmission. if they have the same interchange part number, you are good to go. if not, you will find certainly one that is.
Even though the glow plug goes out it does not mean the all the glow plugs are working,
Remove glow plugs.
With a set of jump leads connected to a battery connect the earth lead to the body of the glow plug and touch the top of the glow plug where the wire is connected with the pos lead the top of the glow plug should heat up and turn red.
Your SUV is really giving you a hard time, lol. Sorry but I've had those days too. I would try to check if you have blocked EGR passages. If ok check for restricted MAP sensor vacuum hose/passage or restricted exhaust. I know you replaced the CAT but if the muffler is blocked then there would still be a restriction. Also check the wiring and connection to the MAP sensor.
Check for spark at the spark-plugs the next time it dies on you--you will need an assistance with you.
If you have no spark than you may have a bad magnetic pick-up in the disributor--I am assuming that it has a disributor.
Or if that 's good than check for fuel pressure--may have a bad fuel pump or relay.
did you unplug the battery when the work was been done allowing the car main cpu system to reset itself if not u may have to go to a dealer of your car to have them reset cuz car computer doesent know work was done