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Hard lifter noise after pulling trailer with Isuzu trooper 3.5L

105k on car 300 on short block ran like a sewing machine until trailer pull. I pulled timing belt changed auto tensioner and timed no help. Noise on right side and one lifter until power added then several make noise. Changed oil 10w30 and added qt of marvel oil. noise not as loud but oil pressure drops to zero when idleing and 85# when at 2k. Oil pump changed with short block. Noise about same level regardless of engine speed just faster.Good power on road.

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Sounds like you didn't run the engine in. Check the oil for mangled main bearings.

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SOURCE: oil pressure sensor location

drivers side right above the oil pan

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cant start deisel 3.0 lilter sounds like there is no fuel getting to the engine

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SOURCE: I have an Isuzu Rodeo 3.2 L when the engine is

if you dont plan on rebuilding the motor then just put some thicker oil in it!

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SOURCE: 1995 isuzu Rodeo engine noise

valve guides worn and tappet adjustment required, can check tappet adjustment first to see slightly better before removing heads and getting valve guides repaired/replaced on heads common problem
if raise revs to 1500-2000rpm and hold does clatter come and go come and go (valve guides) if there all the time tappet clearance issue
if there only under load (1st rev up) for a couple of times then stops possible big end bearing
all these are common for this engine

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SOURCE: Isuzu 3.2 L V6 Engine clacking

The problem with the 3.2 ticking noise is the worn rocker rod on the intake side. These rods support the rockers and the slave rockers for the exhaust. The slave rockers wear a groove in the rocker shafts that create extra clearance. The extra clearance is too much for the lifters to cover and then you get the tapping noise. The only cure is to replace the intake rocker shafts. When you get into the valve train, it is obvious what the problem is.

Posted on Jul 04, 2010

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How to find out which one is the lifter that is making the noise


Use a stethoscope if available, or even a tree branch, and touch above lifter areas with finger over the top end and ear against finger to locate louder lifter.

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Isuzu Trooper 1997. Automatic Transmission holds gears too long.


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Classic Trooper problem. You can get a lot of quiet(er) troublefree miles out of your Trooper with religious, regular oil changes. Isuzu is now advising the use of Mobil 1 0w30 synthetic motor oil, changed at 5000 mi intervals to quiet the lifter tapping that you're experiencing. If you're a DIYer, you can pick up 5qt jugs of this oil at Walmart for $23-$26. -Or, you can buy the basic oil change and provide your own Mobil 1 0w30 to the tech to keep the costs down.

It'll take 150-300 miles for the noise to settle down after the fresh oil change. Keep a close eye on your oil dipstick. As soon as you're coming close to a quart low, top it back up. The 3.2l motor will start tapping again when the oil level drops or is near the time to change. Forget the advice about the belt tensioner needing to be replaced. That is rarely the source of the noise. I have two Troopers, Christophe. They're the ones that aren't tapping like crazy at the traffic light. Enjoy your Troop. -Geoff

Apr 16, 2009 | 1997 Isuzu Trooper

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I HAVE A 1995 ISUZU TROOPER W/105K MILES. DROVE CAR & PARKED IT FOR 2 HRS. TRIED TO START IT WOULDN'T TURN OVER & MADE NO NOISE/CLICK WHEN KEY IS TURNED ON. I THEN CHARGED BATTERY (IT'S GOOD FAIRLY...


Could be one of two things.

1. Your starter motor is no good.
2. If you turn on your lights and try to start the car and they dim to almost black, then you need to check the battery connections.

Jul 14, 2008 | 1999 Isuzu Trooper

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Isuzu axiom pull camper


As I recall, your Axiom has a Tow Rating of 5000 pounds -- but check your Owner's Manual to be sure. I have several friends who tow with their Isuzus (using 1st and 2nd Gen model Troopers and Rodeos) and pull pop-up campers, high-profile campers, ATV trailers, etc... There's even even one guy who pulls his Trail Rig (another Isusu) to various off-road events on an 18-foot tandem axle steel frame trailer -- All of them do so without any problem whatsoever. The thing is, all of them use a Load Distributing Hitch System, such as this: http://www.truckaddons.com/Catalog/subpages/hidden-hitch-weight-distributing-hitch-systems.htm It makes a HUGE difference. Hope this helps.

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