Question about 1999 Isuzu Trooper
Hi again Clem, Just read this comment. Sorry Sir Clem, The crank and cam sensors control the injection working in unison with the O.R.P. Sensor. Make sure the battery is turning th engine at the required speed, as a depleted battery will turn the engine too slowly for the signal from the ORPS to open the injectors. Also keep in mind that the engine is a common rail injection system, meaning that once pressure is released from any injector, all pressure is lost. Use of the incorrect engine oil can damage the ORPS and result in a refusal to start. Regards John
Posted on Apr 24, 2014
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