Question about 1999 Isuzu Trooper
Now to align the flywheel with the crankshaft
If your car is over-heating, chances are it's the water pump or
thermostat. These two parts should be changed out at the same time
because if your pump is old enough to go out then the thermostat is not
Step1 First you'll need to pull out the old water pump. Look in your vehicles owners manual and find the diagram showing what all that stuff under your hood is. locate the water pump (usually underneath alternator running on the same belt) you'll need to take this belt (serpentine or other) off to start pulling the old pump. There should be a tension bar or arm that easily loosens the belt with the right size socket. Step2 Once you've gotten the belt off you can begin to remove the old pump. There should be only a few large bolts holding it in. After you've gotten the old pump out, place the silicone sealer on the new water pump 9around the edges where it meets the gasket. Then apply the sealer to the gasket as well, just use your fingers to spread it on. Now place the new pump with gasket, where the old one was, replace the bolts and be sure not to crank down too tight on the bolts or you might crack the gasket and your pump wont seal. Step3 Now that you've gotten the new pump installed, you'll want to replace the thermostat. the thermostat could be located near the water pump or on the other side of the engine. So once again, refer to the vehicles owners manual and find where the thermostat is. You might need to remove some hoses and/or lines to get to the thermostat, so just be careful not to break/bend/crack or damage anything (the older the vehicle, the better chance of something breaking) Pull the old thermostat and replace it with the new and you're all done. Don't forget to put everything (hoses, lines, nuts'n bolts) back where they came from and off you go!
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Be careful............if the engine you want to fit is made by VM, these have individual cylinder heads. In Europe they have given
a heap of trouble and have to be replaced when they overheat.
If you have a friend who speaks Spanish, get him/her to surf the net and have him/her translate some of the stuff I've read about here in Spain.
I am looking for a Grand Cherokee and have been advised to look for the 2.7 model engine which is a derivative of the older Mercedes engine.........they last forever and spares are easy to get.
Mike (Madrid) in Spain
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
SOURCE: Isuzu Trooper Diesel DTC problem
bridge pins 5 & 6 in DLC connector
turn ignition to on position
count flashes from check engine light
connector behind front centre console right side
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
Under the rubber boot inside the CV joint is a big spring clip round the edge , take this out and then the shaft pulls away from the axle with the CV on it .If you are fitting a new boot cut the old off if not just get the clips off and pull the boot back.
Did you take the shaft out from the wheel hub end too ?
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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