Question about 1992 Isuzu Rodeo
I have replace the cap and rotor and the distibutor I have no Idea what to check next I took the distrubtor out and put it back in it fired once or twice then stopped again.
Ok as you have replace the above, try this next remove 1 spark plug and reconnect it to the plug lead, next step place the plug on somewhere so the thread bit is touching earth/ground - on the car (Not near any petrol/gas points) and turn the engine over by the key (get a friend to do this)so you can look at the plug, just do this for a second or two and see if the plug is creating a nice healthy blue spark. if it isnt then the coil could be at fault if it does then electrics are fine and now you move onto a fuel issue, Hope this helps a little
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