TROOPER WILL NOT STAY RUNNING.

1989 Isuzu

Tiny

mcsemann

January, 18, 2006 AT 9:03 PM

Hello,
I recently purchased an 1989 trooper that has been sitting for a few years. I replaced the fuel pump and the enginge starts fine now, but it only stays running for a few seconds. If I shut off the ignition and restart it runs fine again for only a few seconds. If I hit the throttle it will rev up, but it eventually falls on its face again. Would injectors cause this problem? It definately seems like it is a fuel issue, but I need some suggestions, please.
Thanks
Paul

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Tiny

Jack42

February, 10, 2006 AT 12:51 PM

Might be the MAF sensor. Check for cracks in the boot between the MAF and the engine

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