Question about 1990 Isuzu Pickup
Well, you'll need a gasket set, and whatever parts you're going to replace, like bearings for the crankshaft and rings for the pistons, etc.
Also, you might need a timing belt if yours has one.
I once rebuilt a 1979 Honda Accord 1.8L engine this way.
The dealer can help you find the right parts for your engine.
Purchase a book on the subject, as the rebuild process can be complicated.
Also, you need a garage to keep your parts clean and dry as you perform the rebuild process.
Helps to have electricity in the garage for lighting up your work space.
Need a torque wrench to tighten down the head bolts, and socket wrench set for undoing bolts in the first place.
That's basically all I remember from doing the job on the 1979 Honda
Accord in the 80s which probably would apply to your Isuzu motor.
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