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1993 Isuzu Trooper Questions

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. It occurs two or three times a day . Is it the neutral safety or ignition switch and where is part at ?

Replaced leaky gas tank a few weeks ago. Runs smooth and strong as long as i am gentle with gas. Replaced the fuel filter but still have the same problem. 180,000 miles without any other problems.

I need to know how and what tools I'll need to fix this problem

if its the slave cylinder where is it located

if its the slave cylinder where is it located

My 1993 Isuzu Trooper idles fine. When you start to accelerate it spits and sputters? Help

I have 2 93 Isuzu Troopers. 1 automatic over 150,000 miles. 1 standard over 60,000 miles. Both SOHC and 3.2 L engines. The fuel pumps keep burning up.

Things we've done:
Replaced pumps
replaced filters
cleaned tanks
cleaned injectors
hard wired pumps ( the automatic hard wired still works, the standard does not)
changed spark plugs and cables
replaced all parts for timing
new batteries and terminals
checked all fuses

We are lost. The only thing we haven't done, replaced fuel lines. i need help. Can't figure this problem out. Oh and have gotten the pumps from different places.


replaced slave and master cylinders..still no resistence.. but when i bleed it keeps taking fluid..i put two cans in so far and the level is still droping .where is it going if i dont see any leaks.can it hold that much??It just out new slave cylinder and the back seal was torn ???

i have already changed fuel pressure regulator just dont know if i got a bad one or not how else could it get in there and is there a way to check and see if it went bad

PLEASE HELP ORDERED FLYWHEEL BOLTS FOR MY TROOPER
DON'T HAVE CLUE WHAT SIZE THEY ARE
MY HUSBUND SAID THEY FIT A 17MM WRENCH
HE SAYS THEY ARE 8MM WIDE AND 16MM LONG

My 93 Trooper has 193k miles (standard transmission) and recently developed a growl underneath, especially under a load on deceleration. I believe the rear differential is leaking and needs some repair/replacement. Two mechanics have given me a range of between $600-2,000, but what am I really looking at? Can it be a diy job?