Question about 2004 Isuzu Ascender
If the fuel filter and sparks are replaced-then the other possibility can be a bad injector or a bad ignition control module.Also get the fuel pressure checked in your ascender.If the fuel pressure is low then it can be possible that fuel pump is not holding charge and causing this problem.As you have replaced the fuel filter,but not the fuel pump.Get the fuel pressure checked,this will confirm the problem with fuel pump is there or its any other problem.If all that checked ok then get the alternator belt checked.If the belt is loose or worn out it can be the problem.If the alternator connections and alternator belt both checked out ok then the other possibility can be weak crankshaft sensor.Not faulty but weak crankshaft sensor.In this case the sensor needs to be removed then cleaned and reconnected and checked.
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Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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