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My Trooper died on the interstate whil driving. We had replaced the water pump, timing belt and all other belts a week prior and it ran fine. then just died. Ttried replaceing the crank sensor and no luck. It will turn over and has spark and is getting fuel but won't fire.

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  • gustamuhle Sep 05, 2010

    Sorry it is a 93 isuzu trooper.

  • gustamuhle Sep 05, 2010

    1993 Isuzu Trooper 3.2 Lt DOHC

  • gustamuhle Sep 05, 2010

    1993 Isuzu Trooper 3.2 L DOHC

  • gustamuhle Sep 05, 2010

    Where is the Cam Sensor? I had one heck of a time finding the Crank Sensor.

  • gustamuhle Sep 05, 2010

    My 1993 Trooper died on the interstate while driving. We had replaced the water pump, timing belt and all other belts a week prior and it ran fine, then just died. Tried replacing the crank sensor and no luck. It will turn over and has spark and is getting fuel but won't fire.

  • gustamuhle Sep 06, 2010

    When we replaced the water pump and timing belt we also had to adjust the timing. And then ran fine for a week and died on the interstate. Could the timing go off while driving? The dealer said it couldn't. But he also did not know where the Crank sensor was so he could be wrong again.

  • gustamuhle Sep 06, 2010

    When we replaced the water pump and timing belt we also had to adjust the timing. And then ran fine for a week and died on the interstate. Could the timing go off while driving? The dealer said it couldn't. But he also did not know where the Crank sensor was so he could be wrong again.

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Has the timing belt slipped ,where it wasnt tensioned enough.If this is ok then try bleeding off the fuel rail that the injectors run off ,their should be a bleed valve that looks like a tyre valve ,remove the plastic cover and push the valve in to see if any air present ,if no air then connect a fuel pressure gauge to this valve and make sure you have the correct fuel pressure ,Now if the fuel pressure pray to whoever for some divine help but if low fuel pressure then remove the sender unit and chck the pump ,also the gauze filter on the bottom of the pump intake .

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Sound like timing off.if you getting fuel and spark.

Posted on Sep 06, 2010

  • Jonah Oneal Sep 06, 2010

    well if you replaced timing belt.the belt tensioner need replacing if not it could have weaken up enough to allow vechicle slip timing again.you could have vechicle hook to a scanner to look for trouble code to save you time and money.

  • Jonah Oneal Sep 06, 2010

    mark sparkplug 1 position on distributor cap remove cap.turn crankshaft to zero position on timing mark scale.your rotor in the distributor when you remove cap should be in number 1 firing position and timing mark on crankshaft pulley should be at zero on timing mark scale if not timing belt has jumped time.

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You didn't say what year it is, The cam position sensor would be next, or,,,, I had a Toyota Previa, had this thing in there called an Ignitor, it was under the front seat, It went bad and I was stuck getting towed, Got it replaced, no problems. I don't know what it was, but I thought it was the computer, the guy said ignitor. I can't remember what year that thing was. 89? Hope this helps.

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