Question about Isuzu Cars & Trucks
What car, or what truck... name it and weight class if truck.
Diesel. H engine.
did you google for that. first.
we dont have many running Isuzu here, in USA, so finding facts here is hard. (a USA forum.)
alldata.com does cover what was sold here.but only for USA cars.
here is the list of all engines.
use this to find the true full name of yours, the google for free facts
is that is too hard, (can be) get the FSM on your car/truck. at ISUZU.
?4HL1-TCS is a common rail direct injection OHC 16V turbocharged"
as you can see there are 12, "H" engines.
some are very different from the others.....
ok ill google for you,, 1 example
i see it answered here.
Posted on May 13, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes be sure the number one piston is at TDC firing stroke or compresson stroke and line up the timing mark pointer is pointed at exactly zero. One more thing when aligning the camshaft sprocket or sprockets be sure that when you are rotating the sprocket for the cam it is rotating in the correct direction and also be sure you observe the intake valve for number one shutting as you bring the marks up to alignment points, the intake valve and the exhaust valve should be shut when the marks line up if not you could have the cam sprocket off 180 degrees, get it right the first time or you may damage a valve trying to start.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
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Click on the following direct Link. It has the Timing Belt Diagrams and Photos with Marks for the Camshaft and Crankshaft that you will need. It also has numerous other helpful diagrams, instructions and photo's for use.
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Posted on Mar 25, 2010
Actually, honeymonkey, the camshaft pulley turns exactly once for every two revolutions of the crankshaft. (pretty sure that was just a mental juxtaposition on your part) That is how you get a 4 stroke engine: the piston has to go up and down twice to complete one power cycle.
Now, as for aligning the engine: This is fairly straightforward. All you need to do is to set the cam marks and crank marks to #1 top dead center. The crankshaft position can be verified with a straw or something inserted into the #1 spark plug hole and turning the engine slowly with a wrench. The camshaft position can be verified by removing the distributor cap and making sure the rotor is pointed to the #1 spark plug position AND the marks are lined up at 0 degrees TDC. If the chain or belt is off by 1 tooth the motor will not likely start, so don't spend a bunch of time getting it exactly on the line. If the marks are close enough to get the chain or belt on, it is probably right. You may need to loosen the distributor and turn it forward or back A LITTLE to get 'er started, but DO NOT do this until you are satisfied the cam and crank are timed OK. It is your only reference mark for static cam position. The motor will sound funny when cranking if the cam timing is off. Good Luck!
Posted on Jan 24, 2013
what country, what engine?
ECU vary by country, and engine, and other factors (many)
this is a USA forum so all answers may be USA but we dont have your car, (most cars we dont have thanks to EPA) but see?
we need to know exactly what you have.
and where. it is.
Posted on Feb 16, 2015
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