1994 Isuzu Trooper Questions
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slows down, and starts sputtering like out of gas..pulled over turned off. then tried to drive but wouldnt go but like 5 mph. checked all my fluids and they are fine and it has gas in it...what could be the problem?
When you first start it it makes a loud squealing noise like when you have a loose fan belt. It quits after a few minutes. It not the fan belt. What could it be
Radio antenna. Base into motor, plastic smooth or toothed?? Thanks
Is there any thing besides the clutch that could cause this
The clutch pedal Is almost fully released before I get any movement,
The slave cylinder is full is there any thing else to check b before replacing THE entire clutch.
Right now the 1994 Trooper has approximately 159,000 miles
High engine power
This happens when coming onto the freeway and climbing hills. It has come on suddenly and running the air conditioner has big impact on the problem. New plugs were put in and did a compression test.
we have replaced one battery and the new one died after one day. the intrument panel will flash on and off like there is a short circut of some kind. if you rev the engine it will stop doing it.
what could be going on?
I found a new aftermarket tank online for $130 for the Trooper. Would kind of labor hours and cost would I be looking at for replacement?
I have trouble starting the engine on my trooper when cold, once it starts and warms up, if i press the gas pedal in park or neutral, it feels ok, but once i put it in drive, and accelerate, it would choke and sometimes it would even back fire thru the air intake, not the exhaust, until it reaches 2000 rpm, then it feels o.k.
Also the gas consumption is increased almost double that it used before.
I put in a new TPS, spark plugs,and wires, and clean the ideal air valve.
I can hardly get to the wires to remove them. I have read to put it on a lift but I have no access to a lift.