Question about Isuzu Cars & Trucks
Pulled the coil pack wires, (not doing them 1 by 1)oops
now its timed wrong. (this?)
what country, ? this is USA forum. and we dont have KB here.
so.... and what exact engine, (true name)
why not first say what you are (were) attempting?
we dont have KB Pickup trucks here, so not posting country on a USA forum, invites wrong answers or wild useless guessing.
what engine do you have, 2.4L , they have many types at that displacement.
in the General Motors plant in Port Elizabeth.
that will make finding engine parts more easy
and how to time it.
here are my 2 ideas on engine in your car
The 2,405 cc (146.8 cu in) version has a 87.5 mm (3.44 in) bore and a 100 mm (3.9 in) stroke.
C24SE — 2.4 L SOHC – Isuzu Rodeo (C24SE built by Holden)
X24XF— 2.4 L MPFI SOHC 8V FlexPower
the X24XF ,is my guess, am I correct>
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try haynes.com or your local parts store for a Haynes manual. For around $20 they are frequently as good or better for home mechanic than factory manuals for $100.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
ad piston rings may be the cause of oil on the spark plug. what happens under normal operation the oil that lubricates and cools the cylinder walls is getting on the other side of the piston, where the spark plug is and covering it in oil. A good test for this is a compression tester, this will tell you if it in fact is piston rings.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Isuzu D/C
I am assuming since you posted this question you are not US based where leaded petrol has been phased out since late 70's. The Isuzu KB260 truck was manufactured to use Unleaded petrol. Lead was added to be a lubricant in older engines that were hand machined in factories LONG ago... the valves and all werent as close in tolerance and the lead in teh gas helped keep them in shape. Newer engines, such as your Isuzu, utilize computer machining during assembly and the tolerances are more precise....so the lead is not required. Be sure and use Unleaded in your vehicle.
Posted on Aug 14, 2010
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