1997 Isuzu Trooper 6 cyl Four Wheel Drive Automatic 173000 miles
Hi, Hope you can help some, fisrt time and last time owning one of these and wanting to sell. Sat in yard more than driven now and just fed up!
I stopped to put gas in and shut the car down. Went to start and all I got was a click and nothing more, no crank, no battery click, just the one click of the turn of the ignition key.
Prior to getting gas car was running fine nothing out of the ordinary that I could tell. What do I need to look for that may be causing this.
Recently did oil change, oil filter, air filter, new alternator (not reman.), Was going to do pugs, wires etc, but this keeps almost $200.00 dollaring me to death so The rest has to wait while I get fixed what is needed to make it start and run in the first place.
I have been reading a lot of these forums and some state that the Oil Pressure Switch can cause problems, mine has been acting a bit funny lately where it would be a bit high and then a bit low, I never owned one of these before so took it as was just how these run, now not so sure. Can this affect the starting of the vehicle? Is the what is an OIL PRESSURE SWITCH the same as the Rail Oil Pressure Sensor that seems to have some of the same answers? I am confused at this point. Any hlep you may be able to offer would be gratefully appreciated. Sorry for being so long winded, can't always say what needs to be said in a few words.
Also want you guys to know that it is a wonderful thing you do and a great service to offer what you know for free to help those who do not. This is appreciated more than you may know, not everyone has deep pockets and with the price of gas they are even shorter!
I look forward to your response as it is now sitting again as it has since I got it six months ago and has been on the road 6 times since due to needing this or that and getting it all done is costly and time consuming seeing I cannot do it myself and have to wait on the help that is given.
Thanks and have a great day!
have the same problem?
Saturday, August 15th, 2009 AT 12:11 PM