Question about 1992 Isuzu Trooper
I have been to garage to be put on machine to be read but cant find the bit it has to be plugged into,they say its to old to have one.
Don't go back to that guy. He's not good at his job.
"On 1992-95 Trooper & 1993-95 Rodeo models W/3.2L engine, connect a jumper wire between data link connector terminals 1 and 3. On 1992-95 Trooper models the data link connector is located behind the lower front of the instrument panel. Turn on ignition and count the flashes of the check engine light.
The light will flash two digit trouble codes. The first digit will be flashed then a pause and the second digit of the code will follow. There is a long pause between codes if there is more than one. The codes will repeat themselves when all trouble codes have been flashed."
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Posted on Mar 27, 2014
They are wrong it's under the dash left side
Posted on Mar 27, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the exact same problem. I can lock it in low range with the shifter but the auto push button doesn't work. Hope someone knows something./
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
SOURCE: check engine light turned on.
Is there a coil per cylinder? That's sounds like a faulty coil, that can cause a misfire in a cylinder. It's relatively easy to test. Start your engine and when the car rpm's drop, remove the coil socket from cylinder number one and if the car hesitates more that means that cylinder is working good, then reconnect and continue with cylinder number two, remove the coil socket and look very careful for hesitation and reconnect and so long until you check all off the cylinders. If you disconnect a coil of any cylinder and the engine remains the same, doesn't hesitate more, then that cylinder isn't working, so change that coil. Begin with cylinder number 4 if you want to cause of the scanner reference.
Posted on Jun 28, 2011
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