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Sounds pretty terminal. Get a good DIY person to help because it could be anything from a head gasket blown to a major breakage of something. Head gasket will show up with a compression test, as will oil in the water or water in the oil. Anything mechanical will mean you have to get the tools out.
To replace ignition switch on 94 legend, first secure the car on a level parking surface, engage parking brake, chock wheels for added safety. Disarm airbags, be aware of a coded radio / sound system, ensure that the 'disarming' code is available or it may be very difficult to reset the radio. Disconnect the Neg. battery cable from the battery post. Remove lower cover panel from lower dash on driver's side. Remove electrical connector from ignition switch. Ignition key must be used to turn cylinder from 'O' to 'I' when necessary to unlock cylinder from column (Steering-Lock Pawl). Remove 2 bolt / fasteners which hold ignition switch in place - it may be necessary to cut a grove into the top of each fastener with a hack-saw or high-speed-cut-off tool if fasteners are the original round-head type. Sometimes simply trying a good pair of locking-pliers with a tight grip will be able to loosten the bolts enough to remove them. Once the old ignition cylinder is removed, clean inside the cylinder opening, install the new cylinder & secure all wiring which was removed, secure switch with new bolts, test switch, replace covers & last of all, reinstall battery connection.
SWITCH ASM; POWER,IGN COIL
Go to myisuzuparts.com and find this part number. This part is under the intake manifold. No crank sensor as is has a distributor.
05-1990 to 08-1994
alot of the 4clys had ajustable tappets that might need adjusting
V6 have tappets adjusted also but are shims on top of bucket over valve spring, this is hard to do as you may need to change shims to get correct valve clearances suggest dealer to do.
if the noise comes in and out while maintaining 1500-2000rpm when stationary it is possibly worn valve guides which is common on high km vehicle.(head repairs)
WHEN WORKING OR DOING ANY KIND ENGINE WORK YOU NEED ALL STANDARD AND METRIC WRENCH SET 1/4 3/8 1/2.YOU NEED A CRAFTMANS TOOL SET IT HAS ALL THE SOCKETS YOU WILL NEED.YOU NEED A TORQUE WRENCH METRIC OPEN BOX END WRENCHES. AND YOU NEED A HAYNES REPAIR MANUAL.
OK, bank2 is the side where the #2 piston is on. Usually its the pasanger side. To be sure open the hood and see which cylinder head is more forward than the other. the cylinder head set back is the bank 2 side. The knock sensor is located on the bank side of the block. You dont need a special tool. only a wrench. Make sure you clear all codes after installation of sensor.
there is a special tool. it holds the chain against the hydraulic tensioner and on the cam sprocket. you need this to prevent tensioner from loosing its prime and keep the timing from moving. once tool is in place remove bolt holding cam sprocket and you lift head off leaving chain and sprocket in place.