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I am sorry but we have no parts resources. My suggestion is that the dealer is the best source for this part if not the only one.
Posted on Nov 01, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Not really familiar with this vehicle, but being a 2004, probably does't have an injection pump.Probably a common rail, with a hight pressure oil pump. Best to have it checked by qualified diesel tech as replacing parts can be time consuming and expensive.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
first of all check the fuses
check to see if there is any spark, no spark check ignition system
check fuel pressure, no pressure then check fuel pump
if there is pressure and spark then check to see if fuel injectors work
if no spark and no fuel injector check crank sensor, ignitor and wirings
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
SOURCE: my isuzu dmax oil pan
In order for that dent to have any real effect upon oil delivery, the dent would need to be perfectly flat up against the oil pump pickup. Chances are it isn't. The pickup in most pans is located a bit above the pan bottom to lessen the chance of ingesting any contaminants (sand, grit, hard carbon etc). With the clearance diminished, chances of that are greater.
While only oil pressure is measured, volume is also important. With the pan that close to the pickup, pressure probably won't be a problem but you may loose some volume (impossible to tell how much).
When I put together a fresh engine, I like to see pressure of about 40psi or better. As an engine wears, engineers claim that anything above 15psi is OK...I use a higher number of 25psi (at idle) as a minimum "safe" limit. Anything below that, you know you have a problem and it's wise to find it early and fix it. (Pumps rarely fail...most low pressure problems can be traced to engine bearing wear, resulting in bleed off past the bearings)
As for your pan: If the pan is bent, and you have it off the engine, why not hammer the bend out a little? or, better yet, get another pan from a scrapyard and replace it entirely?
If you have not removed it, there's no real way of measuring and what you are seeing may not be the whole story...pickup clearance may be greater elsewhere. In that case, just continue doing regular service and save pan replacement for a day when you have time to do it.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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