Question about 2007 Isuzu i-290 Extended Cab
Sometimes, when I try to start the truck it will turn over normally but won't start. It's not the battery and the starter and alternator test ok. It's very intermittent and will eventually start when I let it sit for a while. Most of the time it will start right up when given a jump from another vehicle.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I HAVE A 1995 ISUZU
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.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
check battery cables & terminals for tightness & corrosion.also check at starter.check starter bolts & actual starter for looseness.if no problems found your starter may be on its way out.next time it happens hit starter with hammer or heavy object if it starts right up get ready to replace it.good luck
Posted on May 23, 2009
SOURCE: My 1999 isuzu rodeo wont start.
check all your connections to your alternator,starter and your battery But you you are hearing the starter "click" but not engage..try tapping on the starter with a hammer if it is easy to get to..this some and sometimes does work..but your starter solenoid can be bad..the starter can be bad..igntion module a number of possibilities..goto your local parts store or public library and purchase a repair manual or check one out at the library
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
Dirty terminals, happens all the time. Did you have the battery tested? Or just know it's OK? Did you check the water? How about the electrolytes? Get the terminals cleaned off with a wire brush, and scrape the insides, make sure they are tight. I have replaced more batteries this week, must be the weather. One was stone dead, 5 volts and still started the car?? Couldn't believe it, good car. The other 2 were dead with 12+ volts but wouldn't start anything, both got new terminals, and both got cleaned up. NO problems. Check it out. Lastly, the solenoid in the starter could be bad if everything else checks out, whack it with a hammer while turning the key, if it jumps, you found it.
Posted on Jun 10, 2010
The breakdown service in Nz says it is a problem with the auto transmission being a switch which is not acknowledging it is fully engaged in park, therefore, wont start. I have similar problem, he says to start it in Neutral when this happens. Not sure if this will work for you, but worth a try.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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