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Isuzu Bighorn 3.1 4JG2i Check Engine Light' No Start

Postby Jai78 » Thu Mar 29, 2018 10:36 pm

I like to get help here on some issues that i am having with my 4WD Isuzu Bighorn 3.1 4JG2i Diesel Automatic
I have the Check-Engine Light comes on when i put key in the ignition and i see the Check-Engine light on and you can here the Governor/Actuator made a click off noise so i guess i am not getting power to it and the Fuel Cut-Off Solenoid. The Governor is new, Map Sensor New, Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor(TPS) is new, Camshaft Sensor is new, NP Sensor New on the Pump.

When i leave the leads off the battery for a day and hooked them back and go to start. I get no Check-Engine light. When i start it' all good idles nice, but after 30 Seconds it decide to Rev-out and shuts off and Check-Engine light comes on. Will not start back up unless you leave it for the day and it will do the same thing again.

I did get scan codes:21,34,31,35,27. Not sure what they mean. Any help would be great, Thanks
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Re: Isuzu Bighorn 3.1 4JG2i Check Engine Light' No Start

Postby Jai78 » Sun Apr 15, 2018 10:40 pm

I found the issue of the problem i was getting. On the rear of the timing case hidden by the AC and alternator. There is the cam sensor which when duff throws a crank signal error. (there is no crank sensor)

The wiring to this can chafe through too. What made the Check-Engine Light and No Start Come On Was The Wiring To The Timing Sensor-Part Number:8-97117-162-1, AKA "Cam Sensor"
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Re: Isuzu Bighorn 3.1 4JG2i Check Engine Light' No Start

Postby geeves » Mon Apr 16, 2018 4:12 pm

A good result. Those engines dont have too many problems and Ive not heard of this before but as they age we may see it again
Sanding your knuckles before starting work can help. That way you cant skin them
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