Because of the large dust factor with sweeping, he said it is critically important to make sure that the rubber seal on the top of the transmission dipstick stays intact and that the dipstick isn't allowed to 'ride up' on the channel, exposing an area where dust and dirt can get down into the transmission fluid reservoir. If so, there's no need to remove the tank. You can unplug the fuel pump connector pssgr side of the frame, inboard of the right-rear tire and power-up the pump directly via its connector. Isuzu filters are efficient down to 5-microns, as are some others on the market. Mack, do you have spark? In the audio, the issue is discussed at length and various ideas are put forward to minimize problems with the Isuzu fuel system, as well as discussing ways to maximize the system's longevity.
Even the refineries were experiencing rust in their tanks from this issue. Just be sure to do the above and then replace the transmission fluid every 30,000 miles or, on other chassis, according to manufacturers' recommendations. It has been sitting for quite some time and now I can't get it running. A couple of guys had 3. The V6 doesn't rely on the alternator like the 4 cyl.
However, once purchased by companies like sweeper manufacturers who were upfitting their product types onto these chassis, many of the purchased chassis sat unused for up to three years. This is to prime the system for starting and give the fuel pump longer life. On the issue of fuel filters, Rossetti reminded that any filter will only last a particular length of time given the conditions under which it is operated. Cheers I checked the resistance on the fuel injectors and it is good. I have good spark and ample fuel pressure. I am getting by but the unpredictability of it all is doing my head in! If you are having issues with any of the chassis or sweeper systems, make sure to contact the appropriate personnel at the chassis or sweeper dealership.
No codes from the port. Someone on this site might have one for sale. Also, he said, there is a transmission cooler already in place on Isuzu chassis. If any fuel is present in the vacuum line replace the regulator It was running fine and all of a sudden would not start. The car fires with starter fluid.
The plugs come out dry after attempts to start. Engine Mechanical problem 1994 Isuzu Rodeo Question 6 cyl Four Wheel Drive Automatic 120800 miles I have a problem on cold starts with my 1994 rodeo. In the accompanying 26-minute audio interview you will find the above information discussed in greater detail than what you have just read. Is it directly at the ecm which is in the driver's side kick panel I would assume or is there something in the engine bay I should be looking at? Dirt on engines traps in heat, for example, as well as can mask the early signs of other problems like leaking hoses. Remember, he reminded, that engines that run cooler also run longer. They just need to verify that you are not here to disrupt, but have an actual interest in helping and getting help.
That had always been my understanding. It should strobe on and off as the injectors. If your vent valve and filler are, for some reason, located where a lot of dirt and grease are collecting, look to see if you can relocate it to a different spot where that won't keep re-occurring. Just to clarify, With multiport injectors doesn't the ecm strobe the Ground for the injectors? To do this, I use starting fluid. These numbers are usually on the bottom of the relay. If there's a tanker onsite when you are at a station getting fuel, you might go ask the operator which tank is being filled. I did jump the power window, hot in run, relay to the fuel pump, hot in run, relay.
Drives on Pavement Posts: 1 Joined: Sun Nov 18, 2012 8:37 am Has thanked: 0 time Have thanks: 0 time Welcome to the forum! Both of these can start the rust process happening. If the engine starts altho' momentarily. Isuzu sources confirmed that sales in the 2006 and 2007 model years were extremely brisk, likely for that reason. You may have a worn out electrical portion of the ignition switch. I have a 1994 Isuzu Rodeo with the 3. We really need that info to better help you. If appropriate, they will be added as an addendum to this article.
I can't locate any diagrams. My trooper just went into the garage to get checked out. We contacted Isuzu and provided the company representatives with our collected information. Where should I look for a corrosion problem? I will post the solution once I figure out the problem. This primes the fuel system and allows the engine to run. It'll be above the tank. With the fuel pump test results you'll get, you'll be able to pin-point the cause of your no start problem to a lack of fuel or rule it out and continue with your diagnostic process.
It depends upon the usage conditions. Fuse 14 plus fuses 11, 13, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20 and 21 is are powered directly from the ignition switch. Place a jack with a piece of plywood or fiber board on it under the center of the tank and remove the strap nuts and bolts. There is gas in the line at the engine. Slowly lower the jack with the tank on it, keeping the tank balanced. At the same time, diesel fuel went to an ultra low sulfur content.
You can remove the fuel pump relay and jumper it, like in the thread, to have the pump run continuously. I really do appreciate all of this help. Hopefully this nightmare will be over for me soon. However, he also cautioned about putting a hard pressure spray onto any sensitive engine components. Allow the straps to fall out of the way.