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4jk1engen 2012 2.5dteq isuzu timing marks


in what country.
what Car no car name (or light truck name), ok got the 2012 , but
D-Teq is and engine not a car.
timing of cam>?
fuel pump
what,?
Btw in the USA. we dont have 2012 ISUZU here.
"Sales will stop after Jan. 31, 2009,"
so again,what country what car
try to know the books are based on what? (real or online)
1: country
2: year
3: car body.
4: engine, (and if turbo version)

why not start a post saying the job, what you did that needs timing. pulled the head?
or post to a forum in YOUR country, and get 100x faster
and for sure more accurate answers.



here is the wiki on this engine. which one????
what country.?????????
  • The 4JK1-TC is a 2.5 L (2,499 cc), 95.4 mm bore, 87.4 mm stroke common-rail direct injection 16V DOHC intercooled turbo-diesel engine. It was used in the Isuzu D-Max and first generation Chevrolet Colorado produced in Thailand. Stock power was 116 hp (85 kW) and 280N·m at1800-2200rpm.
The 4JK1-TCX is a 2.5 L (2,499 cc), 95.4 mm bore, 87.4 mm stroke direct injection electronic commonrail 16V DOHC diesel engine with a variable geometry turbocharger and compression ratio originally at 18.1:1. It was used in the Isuzu D-Max, produced in Thailand, and the related Holden Rodeo and first-generation Chevrolet Colorado. Stock power is 136 ps (100 kW) and 320 N·m at 1800-2800 rpm. The original version is still used in the South African version of the new D-Max, the Isuzu KB, and with the compression ratio reduced to 16.0:1 in the Thai-market D-Max X-series. The 4JK-1E5-TC is a twin turbo version of the 4JK1 is produced for DMAX pickups exported to Europe from 2012. Certified to the Euro5b emission standard it produces 163.15 PS/161 hp/120 kW @ 3600 rpm and 400 Nm/295 lb-ft @ 1400-2000 rpm with a 17.0:1 compression ratio.

Oct 15, 2016 | Isuzu Cars & Trucks

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Can you turn on and off the overdrive on a 98 ram 1500


I have never known an overdrive that cannot be switched on or off at will or engaged or disengaged.

There are two definitions of overdrive and in the philosophy of some people the fifth gear is an overdrive.
The conventional manual gearbox, because the first motion shaft is locked to the third motion shaft in the top gear ratio, any supplemental ratio that has a ratio higher than 1:1 is considered an overdrive ratio.

The more traditional definition of an overdrive is a supplementary gearbox that can be incorporated into a normal manual gearbox to provide a single overdrive ratio for the purpose of quieter and more economical cruising.
The early overdrive was cable operated by a large chrome-plated dashboard-mounted handle. Later overdrives were hydraulic units that could be switched in or out by electricity, often by the means of a steering column-mounted switch or by a tiny switch incorporated into the gearknob.

A typical installation included an inhibitor switch mounted on the gearbox which prevented overdrive operation in the lower ratios when the benefits would be dubious.
Sometimes a lower than standard final drive ratio would be used and the overdrive ratios which typically could be selected whenever third or fourth gear was selected could be used together to produce something like a six speed close ratio gearbox which was hitherto unheard of when some of the rest of the world was still using "three on the tree" type three-speed gearboxes.

Most manufacturers had dispensed with overdrives by the end of the 1970's due to the weight and added expense, in favour of the now common five-speed gearbox, though Nissan incorporated an overdrive ratio into their automatic transmissions to compensate for torque converter slip when fuel costs began to rise disproportionately.

If you have an overdrive unit fitted to your car that doesn't work, I advise starting the diagnostic process by checking through the electric circuitry, wiring, switches and solenoid.

Feb 12, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Hola tengo un hyundai accent 2010 y se a encendido el check lo hice escanear y me salio el código p2096 el mecánico lo apago y nuevamente se a vuelto a encender pero en que me pue


I FOUND THIS ON THE WEB -- READ IT THROUGH

The code P2096, post catalyst fuel trim system too lean on bank 1 simply translates to a lean (too much air and not enough fuel) condition the PCM recognized through the signals from the oxygen sensors. Bank 1 has no meaning on a four or straight six cylinder engine with a single exhaust. On a V-6 or V-8 engine it refers to the oxygen sensor on the number one cylinder side of the engine as bank 1.
A series of oxygen sensors in the exhaust system signal the fuel mixture ratio at all times. Each exhaust system with a catalytic converter will have two sensors -- one between the engine and the converter and one after the converter.
Oxygen sensors signal the engine management computer the amount of oxygen present in the exhaust, which is used in determining and controlling the fuel ratio. The higher the oxygen content the leaner the fuel mixture, conversely the opposite is a rich mixture. It does so in a series of pulses called "cross counts." There is zirconium on the tip of the sensor that reacts to oxygen in a way that when hot, creates its own voltage. It must be around 250 degrees F to operate and will produce up to 0.8 volts.
In operation the oxygen sensor will cycle once every second and send a voltage to the computer that ranges from 0.2 rich to 0.8 for a rich mixture. The perfect mixture will average the signals around 0.45 volts. The computer's target fuel/air ratio is 14.7:1. An oxygen sensor will not function at low temperatures such as start up -- for this reason most forward sensors have a pre-heater to reduce their warm up time.

Oct 08, 2014 | 2010 Hyundai Accent

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Ford trauras trouble code 732 - was told transmission code 732 was being produced, what does a code 732 say?


P0732 FORD - Incorrect Second Gear Ratio
Transmission in second gear and the ECM detected an incorrect gear ration. This diagnosis monitors actual gear position by checking the torque converter slip ratio calculated by Transmission Control Module (TCM) as follows:

Torque converter slip ratio = A x C/B

A: Output shaft revolution signal from revolution sensor
B: Engine speed signal from Engine Control Module (ECM)
C: Gear ratio determined as gear position which TCM supposes

If the actual gear position is higher than the position (2nd) supposed by TCM, the slip ratio will be more than normal. In case the ratio exceeds the specified value, TCM judges this diagnosis malfunction.

Symptoms
- Engine Light ON (or Service Engine Soon Warning Light)
- Incorrect transmission shifting

Possible causes
- Low transmission fluid level
- Dirty transmission fluid
- Shift solenoids
- Transmission mechanical problems
- Transmission hydraulic control circuit

Tech notes
Start by inspecting the transmission fluid level and condition, and change fluid if necessary.


Hope helps.

Apr 26, 2011 | Ford Taurus X Cars & Trucks

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No tenago dinero y mi carro hyundai 2004 me esta dando problemas no coje la riversa y cambia de cantaso y le pusieren la maquina y me *** estos codigos p2o96,p0734,p0733,p1709,p2096


P0733 - Gear 3 Incorrect ratio
P0734 - Gear 4 Incorrect ratio
P1709 - Park or Neutral Position Switch out of Self-Test Range
Check out this TSB 03-40-016

Some 2000-2002 ACCENT vehicles may experience the following conditions: Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P0722: No pulse generator-B signal Third-gear "Fail-Safe" condition
"Check Engine" light on

If the vehicle experiences the above symptoms: Inspect the pulse generator-B and replace if necessary.
Reprogram the TCM using the Hi-Scan Pro

VEHICLES AFFECTED: Model: 2000-2002 Accent vehicles with automatic transmissions
Affected vehicle production date range:
3 DR: Produced through October 11, 2002
4 DR: Produced through September 3, 2002

Affected vehicle identification number (VIN) range:
3 DR: Produced through KMHCF35C63U235415
4 DR: Produced through KMHCG45C03U412818

The problem is you will have to take it to the dealer to get the reprogram done.


P2096 - Fuel trim too lean. Usually means vacuum leak. Look for crushed, broken or melted off vacuum hoses near intake manifold. Or an obvious hissing noise at a normal idle. If so replace or repair clear codes your done. If not obvious take carb cleaner spray with nozzle attached car running & go over all vacuum hoses, intake manifold, EGR valve see if idle raises if so you found leak. Repair. Could also be bad oxygen sensor switching bad O2 sensor but rarely.


Hope this helps!

Sep 21, 2010 | Hyundai Motor 2004 Accent

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My oxegen sensor on my 2000 silverado chev. has been disconneted. what if any effect will that have on my truck ? tks


Your computer for the truck don't know what the lean ratio is of the gas, so it don't know how much air/gas ratio it should have which can cause bad gas mileage and failure codes (engine light). I produce these sensors at BOSCH and it can make a big difference if the engine don't know what the ratio is. If it's running to lean the it's not getting a good reading to mix the right amount of gas with the air. Vise versa

Feb 03, 2010 | 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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Replacement of o2 sensor


Every new car, and most cars produced after 1980, have an oxygen sensor. The sensor is part of the emissions control system and feeds data to the engine management computer. The goal of the sensor is to help the engine run as efficiently as possible and also to produce as few emissions as possible.
A gasoline engine burns gasoline in the presence of oxygen (see How Car Engines Work for complete details). It turns out that there is a particular ratio of air and gasoline that is "perfect," and that ratio is 14.7:1 (different fuels have different perfect ratios -- the ratio depends on the amount of hydrogen and carbon found in a given amount of fuel). If there is less air than this perfect ratio, then there will be fuel left over after combustion. This is called a rich mixture. Rich mixtures are bad because the unburned fuel creates pollution. If there is more air than this perfect ratio, then there is excess oxygen. This is called a lean mixture. A lean mixture tends to produce more nitrogen-oxide pollutants, and, in some cases, it can cause poor performance and even engine damage.
The oxygen sensor is positioned in the exhaust pipe and can detect rich and lean mixtures. The mechanism in most sensors involves a chemical reaction that generates a voltage (see the patents below for details). The engine's computer looks at the voltage to determine if the mixture is rich or lean, and adjusts the amount of fuel entering the engine accordingly.
The reason why the engine needs the oxygen sensor is because the amount of oxygen that the engine can pull in depends on all sorts of things, such as the altitude, the temperature of the air, the temperature of the engine, the barometric pressure, the load on the engine, etc.
When the oxygen sensor fails, the computer can no longer sense the air/fuel ratio, so it ends up guessing. Your car performs poorly and uses more fuel than it needs to.
More to come soon! presently looking for detail instruction on how to repair or replace.
I found this link with info on the sensor .... might be helpful

Oct 06, 2009 | 2003 Lexus ES 300

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Got some problems with my hho


The HHO generator uses low DC voltage to produce Hydrogen and Oxygen from water.

Fresh water isn't the best conductor of electricity so an electrolyte of some sort is usually added to the water.

A safety tip: This was probably included with your unit, but it doesn't hurt to cover it again.
  • Wear safety glasses, good ones.
  • Dont smoke or have any ignition source while checking the unit. HHO is produced at the optimum ratio for combustion, and by that I mean COMBUSTION. This is the same fuel in the same ratio in that big orange tank the space shuttle rides on. The slightest leak can be dangerous. Be aware of this. Ok?
A side effect of these units is they produce heat. The water gets pretty hot, not boiling, but hot. That would be a way to see if its working.

You haven't described the unit, volume of water and electrolyte used. That would be helpful.

As a rule, if the plates are covered in water, if the electrolyte has been introduced, if it has power then it's working and you won't notice any difference at all.

Unless the unit you got is the super deluxe multi-cell model, the volume of HHO produced per minute is only a small percentage of what the engine is sucking in. It's not going to supercharge your engine. It will however enhance the combustion of the gasoline, making it burn more efficiently while adding some combustion of its own.

Hopefully you kept track of your mileage before instrallation. Keep keeping track of your mileage and compare notes. That's when you'll notice the difference.

That difference will depend on the volume of HHO produced. That depends on the electrolytic agent, volume and temperature of the water.

I hope this helped somewhat
Mike

Jan 24, 2009 | 1995 Ford Aerostar

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