Question about 2002 Isuzu Trooper
Someone has to drive the vehicle- as well as lift
check it ,& stay with the issue- until you have some sort
of leed to work on
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Posted on Dec 10, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the automatic locking hub on the right side. BEWARE: You MUST have the appropriate special service tools for this job!!!!!
The vehicle will not engage in 4WD operation when the vehicle is off the ground, as the automatic locking front hubs require front wheel load to engage. When the hubs DO lock, it is normal to hear 2 to 3 soft clicks. Anything after that indicates a problem.
If memory serves, there is a cam bushing behind the plate that will wear out, and if the plate is worn out, the hub clicks and will not engage.
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
hi guys i would check all the small vacume pipes that conect the sol valves toi the vacume actuators having just replaced the engen in mine i found that these do not have any clips holiding them on tight and can get oil on them and become oversized and leak you can test the diaframes in the actuators by putting a length of pipe on one port and sucking by mouth you can hear the actuator move and then find you can put toung on end of pipe and it will hold a vacume if it does not then chances are the actuator diafram id u/s hope this helps bill
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
Jack up the wheel ,take off the allen screws (no oil) then see a locking ring with 3 cross head screws which will be very tight. take them out turn the adjusting ring cockwise and spin the wheel till the play is gone then get the next set of holes in line so there is a tiny bit of load on the bearings and bolt it back up - job done .
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
I think it has to be your brakes. You better take them apart and look. They may look good from one end, but be shot on the other, or good on the outside, and worn out on the inside.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
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