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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Did it do this before you changed the filter ?
If no, suspect you have an air lock in the fuel injection system.
Simplest way for you to eliminate it, is to undo each of the 4 injector feed pipe nuts, half a turn, whilst the engine is running, at approx 1OOO RPM, the air will be forced out along with a squirt of diesel, and you should be back to normal.
Good Luck !
Let me know how you get on.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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1-timing on truck is ajusted by ecm,when u moved it u cause cam sensor code because it detected timing was off! 2-o2 sensors has the role of detecting air to fuel ratio coming out of exhaust,sends signal to ecm wich collects data from other sensors from that sets timing for best performance,if ecm detects something wrong in system data it will give engine code,that code will point at problem area,in your case o2 sensors probably detected lean fuel ratio that points to fuel system,blocked fuel filter or fuel pump faillure,elect,circuit damage,hope it helped!
Posted on May 02, 2009
This is a complex problem.
Do you have any repair record of the Rodeo LS?
When is the last
ignition module change?
fuel pump change?
fuel filter change?
DO YOU TOP OFF during gas refuel?
DO NOT DO IT
Are you able to get the OBD-II codes off the ECU?
I will check fuel rail pressure first to rule out the fuel pump
add Chervon fuel injector clear and fill gas to above 1/2 tank
locate the ignition module and apply GOOD amount of white lithium grease to help it from over heat.
When the truck stall again check the temperature of gauage......Engine should be below 195F
Let the module cool and see does it ran well again.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
SOURCE: engine seized 2004 Kia Rio
Your timing belt may have failed. This allows one or more of the valves to be held in the open position and when the crankshaft comes around the piston hits the valve and seizes. The best way to check if this is the problem, using a long ratchet handle and socket that fits on the nut at the front of the crankshaft pulley, try to rotate the crank in the opposite direction of normal running direction. If you can turn the crank at all in either direction then the engine is not truely "seized".
The bad news is that the head is totally trashed, the valves are bent, possibly a hole in the face of a piston, and the crank may be warped. This happened to me and it's cheaper to buy a used engine than to rebuild the original. Still, with install about $3000-3500 out the door. I feel it should be illegal to sell such a poorly designed engine but what can you do. You must change the timing belt every 60,000 mi. max. and be sure to do the water pump each time as they have been the reason the belt goes at times.
Posted on Jun 19, 2010
Sounds like an EGR valve sticking. Start the engine cold and let it warm up. As soon as it starts to hesitate/stumble, pull the vacuum hose off the EGR and if the engine maintains a steady idle, replace the EGR valve. The EGR is sticking intermittently but it won't be long before it sticks all the time and you won't be able to keep the car running when it gets warm. This is an easy diagnosis, removal and replacement for the do it yourself car owners. Please rate me on my answer.
Posted on Jul 01, 2010
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