Question about 1992 Isuzu Trooper
I am looking for a picture of 1992 izusu rodeo trooper timing marks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 Izusu Rodeo timing problems
Check with your local Izuzu dealer, there is a procedure to set the cams in proper relationship with each other. This involves turning the cams up to 8 rotations to have them "jump" into the proper spot. I have had the same problem and found a bulletin that shows the correct way to time the engine.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
starter solenoid is getting hot and sticking. you can replacae the solenoid rather than the whole starter. while youre at it, clean all the wire connectors and terminals with some sandpaper to ensure the best possible connection and transfer of energy.
Is it an automatic transmission?
Automatics regularly suffer this way. The starter is right next to the exhaust manifold. When the solenoid gets too hot, it takes a lot of "juice" to build up the same level of magnetism. Your wimpy wiring from the dash board can't provide what you need. You need to provide more amperage by installing a relay to directly pull power from the battery. See this thread for a diagram.
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Posted on Jul 02, 2009
If you log on to http://www.jeepolog.com/UserFiles/downloads/trooper_manual.pdfnloadable manual and go to
WIRING SYSTEM 8D–167
It may help you .
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
if its a 6VE1 engine you might want to remove rocker covers and put front lobes of camshafts in position shown in picture with cam gear timmed up at same point cam gear are 3:1 ratio
look closely at cam gears in pic to see front lobe positions for both banks
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
what kind of dip stick??? Transmission. No dip stick as tranny is a sealed system. U cannot add any fluid or check levels. U need a special machine to pump it in. Well....actually I jimmy rigged a hand pump to refill mine after I acidentally drained it thinking I had found the oil pan! Believe it or not I am not the only one who has pulled off that ******** move.
Posted on Dec 11, 2010
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