1994 Isuzu Truck Two Wheel Drive Manual
Mechanic took engine apart; put new head on. He simply stood up the timing mechanism the way he took it out so that he could put in back in without having to adjust timing. That mechanism was knocked down before he got it back into the engine. He says he's checked the timing twice. Still the truck won't start. There is a single wire still disconnected hanging from the firewall behind the carb. He's given up. I'm stuck in rural podunk with a trunk that won't start at all now. Battery dead now.
Is it possible that the hanging wire is the problem? I've been told that if the truck won't start, the timing couldn't have been checked accurately. HELP!
have the same problem?
Sunday, April 5th, 2009 AT 5:26 PM