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How to remove distributor o ring on 2002isuzu rodeo with gm engine

Oil leaking from distributor area

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Isuzu Rodeo w/3.1L engine

Front Passenger side on cap is 1 - if you look on the inside of your cap there SHOULD be a pin marked with a 1, and the plugs go CLOCKWISE not counter. Just had the same problem myself with my 91 Rodeo. Cylinders are as follows Passenger side (front to back) 1 - 3 - 5, Driver side (front to back) 2 - 4 - 6. I called the Isuzu dealer and they told me it was counter clockwise, but when I hooked it up that way it backfired through the Carb.

Posted on Jul 19, 2008

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SOURCE: Isuzu Rodeo 2004 (Check Engine)

Well, if it isnt broke, well you know the rest. As a kid in the shop we were directed to add dextron 3 to the fuel to decarbonize an engine. I have practiced this and my ford 5.8 that just hit 280,000 .. Cant say that was it, but point being it didnt hurt it. They actually make a old school fuel additive called Marvel Mystery Oil, It is Dextron 3 mostly. The oil consumption test you can do, Do a oil change , after 1000 mi. drain it and see that you have what you put in. That is what they are charging you too do. Is it worth it? umm, no

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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SOURCE: Isuzu rodeo leaking coolant from engine

with my experiance on these engines it's usually the upper outlet hoses running from the heads into a t then into the upper radiator hose they are pain to replace but 3 out of 3 of my v6 isuzu's have had the same problem you'll have to pull off the theromstat and the coil pack the hoses are very small and run from the end of the heads one on each into a t then into the radiator hose just under the housing

Posted on Dec 26, 2009

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SOURCE: oil light flickers on and off, and is also leaking below.

Oil pump is attached to the bottom of the engine. you have to remove the oil pan to get to it. Chgeck your filter first before assuming the oil pump is baf. A clogged filter can cause the same light to go on.

Posted on Mar 21, 2014

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My car is burning threw oil like supper fast


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Oil leak


You have to differentiate whether the oil leak is from the engine or the tranny. After determining where the source, you must isolate the specific area; timing belt area, the middle-between the engine and the tranny. This can be cheaply determine by placing white piece of paper underneath the engine and observe the droppings of oil. Oil leak repair can be costly-especially an oil starved engine, so isolating the source is essential and tear-down might required.
Due to the age of the vehicle, possible sources are the camshaft seal, crankshalf seal, oil pan gasket, crankshaft end seal,distributor o-ring, and valve cover gasket.
In addition, other oil leaks can come the transmission, and power steering pump and rack'n'pinion. Best to raise the vehicle and inspect undercarriage of vehicle.

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Oil leak from my engine rear main seal


A more common leak is the oil filter adapter,so here is an inspection trick to find your leak.lower or remove the flywheel cover and look at the side of the flywheel that faces forward.Is it dry and slightly rusted or oil soaked?If it's dry the adapter is leaking.If it's wet the oil pan,rear main or oil pressure sender, intake or distributor sealing could be the problem.Use a GM o-ring&gasket if you seal the adapter...better o-ring will last longer.The rear main seal is pretty good on these engines,if it is leaking you may also have a worn rear bearing (or more bearings) which lets the crankshaft vibrate and wobble so that a new seal may still leak.If there are multiple leaks or just a big mess,UV dye and a black light are very useful in pin pointing the worst leak.

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Leaking oil left side of motor


Since it's not clear whether you mean driver side or passenger side, I will address both.

On the driver side, the most common leak is from the distributor. This can be caused by the distributor shaft exterior o-ring, or it can be caused by the distributor shaft interior bearing seal. To determine which it is, remove the distributor. First detach the spark plug wires, then undo the bolt that holds the distributor to the head, then pull the distributor out of the head. You will see the o-ring on the exterior of the distributor shaft. This is a $0.50 part, so just replace it with a new one as long as you have the distributor out. The bearing seal is on the inside of the distributor. To inspect it, undo the three bolts holding the cap to the distributor body. Pop the rotor off the shaft, the unclip the inside plastic cover. If you see any oil inside the distributor or the distributor cap, this means the seal is leaking and must be replaced. You can get a seal and bearing replacement kit from kbox.ca. Or, you can just buy a new distributor. Note: To get the distributor back in place you must align the shaft correctly with the notch in the camshaft. There is a right way and a wrong way. If the shaft seems to be aligned but does not go in, pull it out and rotate it 180 degrees, then put it back in.

The other possibility on the driver side of the engine is the main seal between the engine and transmission. If this is the case, you would have to either drop the transmission or pull the engine to replace it.

What if the oil is leaking on the passenger side? If it's coming from behind the timing belt cover, there is a camshaft seal and a crankshaft seal, both of which can leak oil. To get to them, you will have to remove all accessory belts and the alternator, remove the exterior crankshaft pulley, remove the engine mount (support the engine) and the timing belt covers, remove the timing belt, then the crankshaft pulley and/or camshaft pulley, whichever is necessary to replace the leaking seal(s).

Where else could oil be leaking from? If it's coming out from near the top of the engine, that's the valve cover gasket. Remove the valve cover and replace the gasket. While you're at it, replace the spark plug tube seals.

If it's coming out from near the bottom of the engine, it could be the oil pan gasket. Remove the oil pan and replace the gasket.

One more possibility for oil leakage: The head gasket. But in this case you would have noticed other symptoms besides just an oil leak.

Good luck! Let us know how it turns out.

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How to replace the o ring distributor


Remove the spark plug wires from the distributor. Loosen and remove the distributor mounting bolt(s). Pull the distributor out from the head. The o-ring is on the distributor shaft. The old one probably needs to be cut off. The new one will stretch and slide into place over the shaft. Put some engine oil on the o-ring, and re-insert the distributor. You will need to turn the shaft to the right position to get it to fit back in place.

If you suspect that your distributor is leaking oil because of a bad o-ring, a new o-ring may fix the problem. However, make sure that the distributor shaft bearing seal is not leaking. You can check this by removing the distributor cap and looking for oil inside the distributor. If the bearing seal is leaking, replacing the o-ring will not solve the problem. You will need to rebuild or replace the distributor.

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Where is the oil sending unit on a 2001 4.3 liter vortec v6


ENGINE OIL PRESSURE SENSOR OR SWITCH REPLACEMENT

TOOLS REQUIRED
J 41712 Oil Pressure Switch Socket

REMOVAL PROCEDURE

IMPORTANT: Clean the area around the sensor and Distributor before removal. Do not allow debris to enter the engine.

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  1. Remove the distributor.
  2. Disconnect the engine oil pressure sensor electrical connector.
  3. Remove the engine oil pressure sensor using the J 41712. IMPORTANT: Note the alignment of the engine oil pressure sensor fitting prior to removal.
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  1. Remove the engine oil pressure sensor fitting, if necessary.
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

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  1. Apply sealant GM P/N 12346004 or equivalent to the threads of the fitting and/or the engine oil pressure sensor. NOTE: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions.
  2. Install the engine oil pressure sensor fitting, if removed. Tighten Tighten the engine oil pressure sensor fitting to 15 N.m (11 lb ft) .
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  1. Install the engine oil pressure sensor. Tighten Using the J 41712, tighten the engine oil pressure sensor to 30 N.m (22 lb ft) .
  2. Connect the engine oil pressure sensor electrical connector.
  3. Install the distributor.
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93 honda accord leaking oil from distributor


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