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How to replace a starter in a 1989 Isuzu pickup 4x4 2.6 liter engine . How long will it take . John

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This starter for an experienced mechanic will take about two hours to replace. I hope this helps!! Thanks!!

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Here's my vacuum diagram for my 1989 2WD Isuzu pickup 2.3 liter! Hope it helps!


nice epa tag
4ZD1 engine, with carb.
the FSM book has way more info on topic
in the fuel chapter.
and the wiring.
i think you are the first ever to make a photo here like this.
every asks but most never present here.

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Am replacing the starter on a 4wheel drive pickup 1990 .how can i tell which engine size i have.a 2.3 or a 2.6?


If its carburetor it is a 2.3 liter. If it is fuel injected it is a 2.6 liter.

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The engine cranks but it won't start


spray starter fluid in the intake and try to start .if engine hits like it is trying to start then ing is good. check the gas if you have gas then it might be a bad fuel pump.

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Cannot remove timing cover on 1989 isuzu pickup. stopped by crank bolt


A trick would be to put a breaker bar on the bolt and against the passenger frame and use the starter to break the bolt loose. You just "bump" the starter and use it get the bolt loose. If its a manual trans, when tighteneing the bolt, put it in 4th gear and lock the parking brake, and torque the bolt to 90lbs.

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I have a 1993 isuzu pick up newly built need schematics on firing order and distributor rotor location and timing marks and timing belt replacement any help will be thankfull


1993 Isuzu Pickup 2WD
2.3 liter SOHC L4

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1993 Isuzu Pickup 2WD
2.6 liter SOHC L4 .......same as above


1993 Isuzu Pickup 2WD
3.1 liter V-6

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4wd is the same specs as the 2wd.

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1989 isuzu pickup 2.3 liter lifter noise


very much so..its unbelievable...70% of the time is the lifters...try this, first drain about a quart of ur engines oil then add a quart of transmission fluid then run engine for about a day or two(marvel mistery oil) works great also...if that doesnt work then the have a mech check oil pressure...

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Carburator idleing problem


make sure the choke is not sticking half closed.

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Blown fuse - What's it protect???


in what country ?
My '89 2.3 liter Isuzu pickup
NO TRANSMISSION STATED (auto or stick)?
fuse are to prevent FIRES
ever see a wire burn red hot and then melt a fuel line (ugly *****)
fuses on cars with fuel are serious.!
lesson 2 is There are not 1 fuse for every load in a car, or you'd have 100s fuses.
lesson 3, the power distribution is a tree with branches fused.
same deal on cars, trains, boats and planes.
for the same reasons
my wild guess1
you work with no 89 2.3 liter schematic the proceed to hack it and find fuses blow. sure.

so my guess 2 is you bypassed the starter solenoid ?
and overload that circuit.!
the relay has purpose, its a current buffer (lesson4)
the reason car didnt crank
is the relay
the blk/white wire uses like 8amp
current is buffered by the relay to 30 times less.
This less current save you from burning up and expensive
ignition switch, (some are $100)
that 5 relay saves 100 bucks. and repeats.
the relay also us for logic
the USA laws mandate a park /in gear lock out
so the relay did that, at blk-pink wire.
now defeated. by you.
try a new relay (if hacking is a goal)
and put switch to ground (pin1,) and pin2 of switch to
brown -red wire on new relay. bam starter fixed
and no burn burned up ignition swithes or fuses.
see fuse 12 below. 10amps
that fuse can not run a solenoid direct, the relay must be working.
the starter solenoid uses a 60amp fuse. blk wire (main).



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