i cant find the color code for my 1995 Isuzu trooper CD cassett please help
The rims match an 89 Nissan Pathfinder for sure.
getting ready to put the motor from my 1989 Trooper into a 1986 Trooper II... will let you know how it goes!
Locked forever as in abused or worse? Not enuff about it to get a competent answer.
on a 1989 Isuzu pickup with a 2.6 same engine 12 degree b.t.d.c. at 900 rpm
Should be the same
Take off the cylinder head and make life easier.
4 cyl- 1-3-4-2 6 cyl 1-2-3-4-5-6
The factory sticker on mine says it should be .008 on both intake and exhaust.
it is tucked up under the body just in front of the rear drivers side wheel inside the chassis raill.it is coverd by a metal protection plate.
What motor is my question. it's either the 2.6L 4-Cylinder or the 3.2L V6 and having owned 4 rodeos and 2 Amigos (as well as 1 trooper) I know that the rodeo was first introduced in 1990. again, the 2.6L 4-Cylinder or the 3.2L V6 are the only ones that would fit.
blown head gasket
It is possible that the bendix or solenoid on your starter is bad. These allow the starter teeth to move forward to engage the flywheel. Take the starter to a auto parts store and have them check it.
Take your socket set and try various sockets until you find one that fits...then look at the size on the side of socket...BINGO!!! now you know the size.
Isuzu rodeo 3.2 V6 LS.
First what kind of Isuzu. Usually it would be GM motors that fit
Ah, finally a question I have very good knowledge on. The tranny for the 2.3 and 2.6 litre engines were the same, and didn't change from those years. I believe it may even work with the V6 tranny going to a I-4 or vice versa. But I wouldn't recommend it. But for transfers between vehicles with the same engine type, no problem. Bolts right up. Pretty easy job too. If it's manual, I'd recommend changing the clutch while you have it all opened up down there anyways. From 1984 or 85 and up though, the 5 speed manuals didn't really change and I don't think the auto's did either.
First torque to 58 ft lb Second torque to 72 ft lb 1-10 in order. Front side on Left side 7,3,2,6,10 Right side 8,4,1,5,9 This is facing the engine.
you'll need to put in new bushings
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your shift lever bushings are bad, easy fix.