Your ignition timing might be advanced too much which would cause knocking as well as the hard starting problem. This could also trigger the engine light to come on so having a competent shop check the ignition timing would be a good place to start.
The answer can depend on the year. What year is it, and does it have a Distibutor or a DIS ignition? If it has a distributor then the hold down could have become loose and the distributor could have turn and advanced the timing. I don't think any of the Isuzu engines used distributors, the 91 and 92 with the Chevy V6 does, the timing is 10 degrees before TDC, you will need a timing light to check this. Put the light on plug wire one and from the driver side look down at the crank with the light pointing at the balancer, and make sure the line is at the 10 degree mark and not moving much at idle. If it moves a lot, then check the distributor, or change the ignition control module in the distributor cap. But if you don't have a distributor then there is a chance the timing chain or belt jumped. I'm pretty sure that the Isuzu engines (93+) had a belt, These belts can break easily or stretch and jump if not changed out every 2 years. Timing chains can last on average ten years.
A Square is a polygon that is always regular.
Trouble always finds me. Everyone wants a life without troubles.
Rosa parks had a pretty decent life except racism. she always had trouble with that
A regular polygon is always equiangular.
Squares, rhombera, and equilateral triangles are always regular.
Yes, a regular polygon is always equiangular.
pull over.Always let the tailgater pass - that way he becomes someone else's collision and trouble.
A square, pentagon, decagon, octagon are always regular polygons.
Always in Trouble - 1938 was released on: USA: 28 October 1938
The lyrics should read "I'm always getting in trouble, Looks like trouble is my middle name".
a regular polygon is always equilateral
A trouble maker.Or as in the cartoon series, "Dennis the Menace".
Regular is an adjective, as in to put something in its regular place. Regular in a noun, as in the restaurant can always find a table for a regular customer.
VIRGIL IS BARNEYS COUSIN WHOM ALWAYS GETS IN TROUBLE!! Love ya. annee ee
yes the radius of a regular polygon is always greater than the apothem
yae they always do:)
Always is not a verb, it in an adverb of frequency.
He is very precocious, always in trouble.
He is always in trouble.
The jokers were wild.....
While driving, you should always be on the lookout for other drivers. You should also be on the lookout for pedestrians.
No, one regular hexagon could be larger than another regular hexagon.