WILL NOT START.

2000 Isuzu Amigo

Tiny

Gregory Wallgren

May, 2, 2011 AT 1:46 AM

I purchased a 2000 Amigo with 84K miles. I ran like a watch for a few months. Then it quit. Flash diagnosis was a fuel pump. I dropped the tank and replaced the pump in the module. New pump shows 95 psi. I pulled the plugs and replaced with NGK Iridium's. Still won't start. When plugs were out did a compression test and five cylinders were 150 and one was 135. Timing belt? Cam sensor? Fuel pressure module? Crank position sensor? With the compression test, doubt any valves are bent or piston problems if the duel timing belts went bad. Sure could use some wisdom. Thanks, GREG

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Tiny

rasmataz

May, 2, 2011 AT 9:03 AM

Dunno where you got that fuel pressure of 95psi- yours is suppose to be 48-55psi, best check what's causing it to go sky high-start here

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