Question about 2001 Isuzu Trooper
Have owned this SUV since it had 6000 on the clock.
It has been well maintained with regular oil changes, etc.
For some time now, I've had to closely watch the oil level.
It is now going through a quart every 600 miles.
I think this is a sign of something very bad to come.
I've already had to put a trans in it, burned up at 82,000 miles.
There are absolutely no leaks, I've gone over it thoroughly.
Burning a quart every 600 miles must indicate something serious.
Do you agree? Any ideas?
The Isuzu rep. says that it is normal for one to use a quart of oil every 750 to 1200 miles per. Isuzu motor co. I have worked for a dealer for over 15 years. I have seen a few of them come in with no oil in them because people never checked it. They thought they were good until the next oil change. Remember these vehicles have a 4.55 gear in the rear end and running 80 or faster on the highway it will be wound up tight.
Posted on May 05, 2009
600 perquart miles is a piston ring sealing issue, U don't say the miles on the car, but it is rings.
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