Question about Isuzu Cars & Trucks
Turn the distributor 180 degrees
Posted on Apr 18, 2015
If its popping back through the carb, the timing isn't right. Could either be distributor in wrong,or the cam timing is mis-aligned
Posted on Apr 18, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1992 isuzu pickup timing
Sounds 180 degrees out. Move flywheel to top dead center. Remove timing belt and turn flywheel pulley ONE complete turn to top dead center. Then put timing belt back on with marks lined up.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
electronic dizzy modules do this when they get warm they cut out but can start up again within minutes !
very commen fault!
get it checked or borrow one
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
YOU NEED TOOLS AND A HAYNES REPAIR MANAUL TO SHOW AND TELL YOU HOW HEADS ARE REMOVE.YOU NEED A STRAIGHT EDGE LIKE FRAMING SQUARE AND FEELER GAUGE TO DECK THE THE HEAD TO CHECK FOR WARPAGE.OR THE MACHINE SHOP CAN CHECK WARPAGE ON HEAD.SEE IF REPLACED HEAD GASKET AND DONT CHECK WARPAGE WHICH SHOULD NOT EXCEED 0.004 INCH.IF SO YOUR NEW HEAD GASKET WILL LEAK ALSO.
Posted on Apr 10, 2010
SOURCE: changing pickup coil
You have to remove the distributor from the engine then remove the distributor shaft from the distibutor housing, then you can remove & replace the pickup coil. Make sure you marke the exact location of the distributor body in relation to the intake manifold and note exactly where the rotor is pointing in relation to the distributor cap. I always set the timing marks on the front pulley at zero and make sure that the rotor is pointing at the #1 plug wire terminal on the cap before removing any distributor as it makes getting it in time easier if you lose your marks. You should reset the ignition timing when you have it all back together again as you'll most likely be off a few degrees. Some of these distributors had problems with the magnets in the distibutor shaft that would mimic a failing pickup coil and they were prone to drive gear wear. If you suspect any of those problems it's often easier to replace the entire distibutor with a reman unit.
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
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