Question about 2000 Isuzu Trooper
I am not sure if this will work on the Trooper and if not sorry but have you tried to jack up the car? this should open up a little more room that might just be enough to free up the starter. Beyond this trick you will need to remove the the strut or exhaust. If that's the case try removing only the lower strut attachment bolt. It may be enough to get the starter out without removing the exhaust.
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Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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It could be the exhaust mounts which are rubber and break over time. If you grab the tail pipe when it is not hot, can you easily move it up and down. If so you will have to get on the ground and look down the length of the exhaust to find the rubber mounts. Usually the top of the remains attached to the vehicle chassis hook or the exhaust mounts, which makes it easier to identify the connection point. The other possible problem is the strut or shock is broken. You will need to get under the car to look at the suspension or remove the wheel to do the same. Last, check the motor mounts if they are broken.
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