Had a similar problem with delay in throttle speed. Check your radiator cap and radiator for diesel.
I've got a problem with diesel in the radiator engine runs OK, but diesel water flows out the overflow. Any help would be great.
If this is the 3.0 litre 4JX1 diesel motor, this is what the cause of your problem can be. I had the 2000 model a while back. The 1998 to 2002 models have 2 main engine faults.
The first is the injector O-Rings, which leak oil into the cylinder, which when it gets bad, causes the engine to surge or run on when the key is turned off. This is a known fault, and the dealer will fix it free for you. Check the Dog and Lemon guide.
The second which sounds like the problem written about above. It is caused by the oil pressure sensors for the injectors. The engine uses an electric and oil pressure mechanism to open and close the injectors. There are oil pressure sensors for each injector, which indicates if the oil is up to pressure for the injectors to work. The fault is the sensor faults, and indicates the oil is not up to the correct pressure, so tells the computer to stop the engine. Or in the early phase, the accelerator doesn't work when the engine is first turned on.
Related to this is using the right oil. It should be a high grade 5-30 or 40 oil. Also the engine has 2 oil filters and 2 oil pumps. The second smaller filter and the pump is for the injectors, so if the filter is clogged or the pump faulty, the oil will not reach the correct pressure for the injectors to work.
Also, there are 2 oil pickups in the sump. There is a fault where the seal at the neck breaks, so the pumps suck air as well as oil.
Sorry, not well written, but hope this helps.
I recently bought a 1998 Isuzu Wizard (4JX1 diesel, 145,000km) from a large dealership. After a couple of months it became difficult to start, then nearly impossible to start. When it did start, engine did not respond to the throttle for 10 minutes plus. Dealership unable to fix and transferred investigation to diesel specialist. Apparently worn O-rings in sensors allowed air into unit resulting in low pressure being detected, nearly impossible start and no response to throttle. Apparently, in addition to O-rings, the ECU needed to be reset. Lost a week's use of vehicle. Very pleased to have paid for Protecta engine warranty, which paid for most of repair. My version of warranty required regular engine servicing, correct engine oil and evidence of replacement of cam belt/time chain. Hope it stays fixed!
I have a 1994 Isuzu Wizard that has done me great. Only problem has been starting, but this was fixed by a local mechanic after replacing the relay. The only problem with my five year car is that the side mirrors are loose and rattle a lot.
My 1998 wagon has recently suffered this exact problem, and I took it to the garage who charged me thousands to fix. They never mentioned that there was a recall.
Could you offer any suggestions to what I can do... is it likely I could argue for a refund? I'm baffled why they didn't tell me there was a recall for this problem?
Any advice would be fantastic.
I have a 98 Wizard in New Zealand. We have had the wiring harness replaced under the recall, but have started to run into starting issues... When it's 1st started in morning, the engine will surge from 0-800/1000 RPM, and then if I push winter mode, it will minimize the surge a bit, but not completely? However, once the engine is warm, there are no issues with idle or driving?
Please help. Nikkidickydoo@hotmail.com
Hi, which sensors needed the o-rings replaced?
Hi, I have a 1999 model with a 3.0 ltr turbo diesel 4JX1 engine, and I've been having problems like the ones you have pointed out. I am having a problem finding a compatible oil filter (smaller one) as well as a fuel filter. Do you know the part number of these filters, because I've tried using the original filters on the car as samples, but haven't had any luck. Please help :(
I have an Isuzu Wizard 2000 model 4jx1 turbo diesel. The problem is first it was mixing diesel with coolant in the radiator, and now it is draining coolant in the radiator, taking it into the fuel tank, causing it not to start. Please, I need your help. Email me on email@example.com.
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