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Isuzu trooper v6 left bank no compression

Head gaskets were replaced engine did not fire got spark,air,fuel,injector pulse ect. Checked cam timing with specs and several other mechanics and the belt is clearly marked with white lines. 150 psi right bank 0 psi left bank.

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SOURCE: did timing belt ... no start

check compression

Posted on Sep 17, 2009

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Ray Keckeisen

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SOURCE: rebuilt the engine in a 2001 rodeo...left bank not

check to make sure you put back all the ground leads,from engine to chassis

Posted on Nov 11, 2009

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SOURCE: timing mark's on isuzu trooper 3.0 td

The cam pulley notch goes in line with the mark on the front cam bearing cap and the crankshaft pulley goes at 12 o'clock - its got a tiny mark on the back lip that lines up with the mark on the cover .

Did you take the cams off in one lump or split them ? if you did come back on here for how to time them up .

Posted on Feb 21, 2010

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SOURCE: My 1990 isuzu trooper was driven to town when it

replacing the head gasket solved one problem.
But, you have a leakage problem with oil and/or antifreeze now.
The head gasket could be failing again, or you have a cracked block or cylinder head.

Take it back to where it was worked on and say that you want it fixed, please.

good luck on this.

Posted on Jul 10, 2010

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SOURCE: 1997 isuzu trooper p300 code keeps returning

1997 isizu trooper when starting sometime the idle runs very high then come down and sometime the car stop run when you remove you foot from the gas paddle it ilde so low that its shut off

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