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2000 Isuzu Hombre Fuel Tank Dorman

P311-5461F89    576-325  New

15019340 , GM16D , 15023582

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Dorman Fuel Tank
  • Product Attributes:
    • Capacity: 18.5 Gal.
    • Fuel Tank Coating: Paint
    • Height: 13.5 In.
    • Length: 41.25 In.
    • Width: 14.75 In.
Brand: Dorman
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2000 - Isuzu Hombre
Spectra
2000 Isuzu Hombre Fuel Tank Spectra

P311-0B71C04    GM16D  New

GM16D , 15728599 , RGM16D , IGM16D , FLGM16D , CPU01 , KGM16D , 15019340 , 1810 , FT528 , TGM16D , 576325

Qty:
$144.04
Spectra Fuel Tank
  • New Gas Tank
  • 41-1/4 in. x 14-3/4 in. x 13-1/2 in. Lock Ring Kit Included Tank Only (Does Not Include Fuel Pump)
  • Product Attributes:
    • SPECTRA_PROP8633: May Cause Cancer Or Reproductive Harm
  • Innovative engineering, manufacturing technology and quality control ensure that Spectra Premium fuel tanks meet or exceed the performance of the original equipment they replace.
Brand: Spectra
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2000 - Isuzu Hombre
Spectra
1999 Isuzu Oasis Fuel Tank Spectra

P311-4BCBBAF    HO16A  New

17500SX0A30 , KHO16A , 17500SX0L30 , FT69 , 576097 , 58843 , 17500SX0L31 , 17500SX0A31 , IHO16A

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$201.72
Spectra Fuel Tank
  • New Gas Tank
  • 31 3/4 in. x 31-1/2 in. x 8 1/4 in. Lock Ring Kit Included
  • Product Attributes:
    • SPECTRA_PROP8867: May Cause Cancer Or Reproductive Harm
  • Innovative engineering, manufacturing technology and quality control ensure that Spectra Premium fuel tanks meet or exceed the performance of the original equipment they replace.
Brand: Spectra
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Vehicle
1999 - Isuzu Oasis
LKQ
2000 Isuzu Hombre Fuel Tank LKQ

P311-48ADB93    TNKGM16D  New

Qty:
$245.06
LKQ Fuel Tank
  • 18.5 gallon
  • FUEL TANK; 18.5 GALLON; EXCEPT FLEX FUEL; WILL NOT FIT CREW CAB
  • MODELS
Brand: LKQ
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Vehicle
2000 - Isuzu Hombre
LKQ
2000 Isuzu Hombre Fuel Tank LKQ - Platinum Pro

P311-058EA59    FTK010019  New

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$99.18
LKQ Fuel Tank
  • 18.5 Gallon
  • FUEL TANK; 18.5 GALLON; FOR MODELS WITHOUT FLEX FUEL; WILL NOT FIT
  • Platinum Pro
  • CREW CAB MODELS
Brand: LKQ
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2000 - Isuzu Hombre
LKQ
1999 Isuzu Oasis Fuel Tank LKQ

P311-0E5FDBD    TNKHO16A  New

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$346.51
LKQ Fuel Tank
  • 31-3/4 Inch x 31-1/2 Inch x 8-1/4 Inch; Lock Ring Kit Included
  • FUEL TANK; 95-98 ODYSSEY 17 GALLON; INCLUDES LOCK RING KIT
Brand: LKQ
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1999 - Isuzu Oasis
Titan Fuel Tanks
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$1,479.49
Titan Fuel Tanks Fuel Tank
  • TITAN Travel Trekker In-Bed Auxiliary Fuel System 50 Gallon
  • In Bed; 50 Gallon
  • Travel Trekker Auxilary Diesel Fuel System
  • Product Attributes:
    • Position: N/a
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: California Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm - Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
  • Now a new, better concept in auxiliary fuel systems: The TITAN Travel Trekker is made of our famous military grade, cross-linked polymer--- tougher than steel and longer lasting than aluminum. Its durability is legendary. We routinely test our tanks using state-of-the-art computer simulations as well as physical drop tests. We fill our tanks completely and drop them 30 feet onto a steel plate--- never losing a drop of liquid. They are so tough and well-proven that we back them with a Lifetime Warranty. (50 Gallon* TITAN Tank)There are no welds to fail and if you ever accidentally run your gooseneck hitch into your Travel Trekker you will most likely find it springs right back into shape. Also, soap, water and perhaps a little furniture spray polish is all you need to keep your tank looking new. The Travel Trekker is baffled to minimize fuel sloshing and compact enough that it can be installed in full-sized pickup beds without interfering with most in-bed hitches and tonneau covers. With one touch, the remarkable TITAN Electronic Controller transfers fuel from the Travel Trekker to the vehicle's primary fuel tank until it is automatically stopped by the controller or the button is touched again. The controller monitors and reports the fuel level in the auxiliary system at all times. Controller installation is simple and never requires cutting into the vehicle's wiring harness which could affect the manufacturer's warranty. Fuel is pumped from the top of the tank which is safer and more environmentally responsible than gravity flow systems. The system comes complete with all necessary installation components and detailed instructions. Whatever your passion, let us help you fuel it!
Brand: Titan Fuel Tanks
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1981 - Isuzu Pickup L 4 Cyl 2.2L - 2238
Titan Fuel Tanks
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Titan Fuel Tanks Fuel Tank  Rear
  • TITAN Travel Trekker 40 Tank
  • In Bed; 40 Gallon
  • Travel Trekker Auxilary Diesel Fuel System
  • Product Attributes:
    • Position: Rear
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: California Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm - Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
  • IIntroducing the new compact, Travel Trekker 40auxiliary fuel system! This innovative 40 gallon product works great with most any full-sized diesel truck. That includes half ton pickups with Utility beds, those equipped with a RamBox(R), and those equipped with a factory 5th wheel package. Additionally, it will fit many mid-sized vehicles, is baffled to minimize fuel sloshing and will even fit under most tonneau covers. The TITAN Travel Trekker 40 is made of our famous military grade, cross-linked polymer--­ tougher than steel and more durable than aluminum. We routinely test our products using state­ of-the-art computer simulation as well as actual, physical drop tests. We fill our tanks completely and drop them 30 feet onto a steel plate---never losing a drop of liquid. Our legendary products are so tough and well-proven that we back them with a Lifetime Warranty! There are no welds to crack and fail, and if you ever accidentally run your gooseneck hitch into your Travel Trekker you'll find it springs back into shape. Occasionally, a little soap and water, and perhaps a little spray furniture polish is all you need to keep your tank looking new. With one touch of a button, the remarkable TITAN Electronic Controller pumps fuel from the Travel Trekker 40to the vehicle's primary fuel tank until it is automatically stopped by the controller or the button is touched again. The controller monitors and reports the fuel level in the auxiliary system at all times. Controller installation is simple and never requires cutting into the vehicle's wiring harness which could affect the manufacturer's warranty. Fuel is pumped from the top of the tank which is safer and more environmentally responsible than gravity flow systems. The Travel Trekker 40comes with all necessary installation components and detailed instructions. Whatever your passion, we'll help you fuel it!
Brand: Titan Fuel Tanks
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1985 - Isuzu Pickup Rear L 4 Cyl 2.2L - 2238

Latest Isuzu Repair and Fuel Tank Installation Advice

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2003 MALIBU FUEL PUMP

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Question From buzzbomb on 2003 MALIBU FUEL PUMP

Did not know where to post this.
Is it feasable to install inline external fuel pump. This is EFI 3.1 litre v6 engine. Going on second in-tank fuel pump in one year. This is very costly. I was wondering if I could just put in a external pump capable of use with this type of fuel injection? I did one years ago on 88 isuzu trooper 4 cyl with efi (pump also in tank) Used a pump from Isuzu I Mark (external) and ran for couple years before I sold it with no problem. Should it be closer to the fuel tank or the fuel rail?
I know this is a modification of factory idea and don't know if you support that or even comment on it but sure would appeciate your input.


Thanks!

Response From DanD

I’m sure an after market in-line pump would run a 3.1 Chev engine, as long as the pump installed can produce the required pressures. My concern would be the volume of fuel that can be delivered to the engine; due to the original in-tank pump restricting fuel flow?
So I think you may have to remove the original pump and fabricate some sort of a fuel pickup tube.
Yes the pump would or should be located as close as possible to the tank. Most centrifugal pumps, suck when it comes to sucking but can blow like nobodies business. LOL

For this to be the second pump to fail in one year; there has to be something causing them to fail?
Like Tom has said, constantly running the vehicle with a tank at or close too empty can cause premature failures; the fuel is what cools & lubricates the pump.

Here are a few other things that I’ve seen cause repeat pump failures.
• Was the fuel tank cleaned during the process of replacing the pump(s)?
Microscopic particles of dirt in the tank will act as an abrasive and wear out the pump’s impeller or cause it to bind. This dirt will also accumulate inside the electrical portion of the pump; causing the pump’s motor to bind and draw extra current (electricity) to motor (turn), making the pump assembly run hot and burn out.
• How clean were the hands that replaced the pump?
One thing a lot of people (including technicians) do not assonate with the automotive repair field is cleanliness. A grimy pair of hands, working on a fuel system, is certain death to a fuel pump.
• What fuel do you regularly run in this vehicle?
If by chance you’re burning fuel that has a high content of Ethanol, could be causing the plastics in the pump to melt or become deformed; anything above 15% could be considered high. If you are burning Ethanol, make sure that the replacement pumps are E85 (85% Ethanol) compatible.
• The last thing I can think of to cause repeat failures; are you 100% sure that the pumps are actually at fault?
A poor connection anywhere in the circuit may cause a person to misdiagnose the problem as a pump. During the course of the pump’s replacement; the wiring harness & the related connectors have to be disturbed/disconnected. Which may inadvertently correct the connection problem, for a short period of time?

Like I said two pumps in one year; I would stand back and have a look at the environment these pumps are placed in. Or never go to Vegas because you’re not a very lucky person. LOL

Dan

Response From buzzbomb Top Rated Answer

Funny you mention Vegas and unlucky. I live in Reno and had to quit gambling many years ago due to unlucky!
I did a internet search on 03 Malibu and fuel pump problems. It seems I am not the only one. There are hundreds of people with the same situation, same model and going on 2 or 3 pumps. This car also has a problem (appearantly every one built) with the lower intake manifold gasket cracking and sucking water into oil and oil into water. There is a class action lawsuit right now involving the MAlibu and DEXCOOL anti freeze causing the gasket to fail. I had this also right at 60,000 miles just like hundreds of other people. Just my luck I bought a Malibu!

Anyway, a local trusted shop did the pump the first time and insisted on using AC Delco pump. Said they have done several in the past using Delphi or other pumps and all had early failure. They will gladly replace the failed AC Delco pump for $500.00 labor. (Pump still warranty) This is why I am trying to find a short cut and something that may last longer. I was told they added extra ground wire from pump to frame to help avaoid failure. I never let my tank fall below 1/4 due to a lesson learned the last time. (Was told that was probably caused failure) Other than that, who can say about the methods used to replace it.

Anyway, greatly appreciate the chat, humor and input on the situation!!

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Buzzbomb; I can't speak for other shops, of course, but our labor warranty is the same as the manufacturer's. If the pump THEY supplied goes bad, I would think that the labor should be covered, as well. That is assuming it is a faulty pump. As already suggested, $263.00 per hour is just a bit steep!

Response From duanesid

I just looked in my time labor guide to install a fuel pump in this car calls for 1.9 hrs. I beleive your mechanic is not very trust worthy. Unless $263.15 / hr is acceptable to you. You might want to start bringing your own parts. They are probably putting generic parts in their anyway I dont beleive the dealer wouldnt screw you that bad.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Ya - just looked - the price stinks! Don't you have a one year warranty on the part anyway?

Count me in on suggesting you stay OE design for lots of reasons.

With this much trouble with fuel pumps I'd bet you are in the habit of letting tank run low which IMO is very hard on in tank pumps for heat reasons,

T

1990Isuzu Trooper dies randomly when warm

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Question From friedemann on 1990Isuzu Trooper dies randomly when warm

Problem is fuel delivery.IMHO
Pump was just changed 2 years ago for $5oo. Don't want to go there again if I can avoid it(especially if that is not where I should be looking) spark and everything else seems good. However car will occasionaly drop its idle very low (for an automatic) and then stall out. Or on the highway it will starve and die if the engine revs to high (like the speed limit of 60mph) Or it will not start if I stop at a Starbucks for a coffee for 10 minutes after driving it 5 miles to get there.
A friend took off the air cleaner and put some fuel down the "throttle body" and I cranked it and it fired up and I was able to keep it going for a while while the revs remained in the middle zone(like driving 30MPH while in drive)
- Now is it the fuel pump again?
- Or possibly a tube that connects to the top of the fuel
tank to relieve negative pressure so that the tank does not
collaspe inward.?
- Or possibly something in the Thottle Body Injection I can check? to make sure all is good there?
The fuel filter to the engine compartment is seemingly clean.(as it is a clear plastic unit.)
I "have noted" that the fuel cap was not stock.
Air cleaner is clean.

Response From nickwarner

You'll need to do some testing when this is happening. If you are suspecting fuel vapor lock, take off the cap when it won't start and see if you get a lot of vapors coming out. Also, if you think its got low fuel pressure you need to verify this with a pressure reading. Post back with results and we can go from there

Response From friedemann Top Rated Answer


You'll need to do some testing when this is happening. If you are suspecting fuel vapor lock, take off the cap when it won't start and see if you get a lot of vapors coming out. Also, if you think its got low fuel pressure you need to verify this with a pressure reading. Post back with results and we can go from there

Well, you know how it is. It will do it for the driver, but for me; I can't make it do anything even if I drive the "snot" out of the thing . That is what is aggravating about it.
It is not that the driver doesn't drive this way. Females are always hammering it.

But, I took off the gas cap(mind you it is under half full) and has been sloshing around as I have been taking a lot of corners (the road is like that)....anyways. After stopping and shutting it down( I waited about 10 sec and tried a restart and it started)
I went out and checked the fuel cap and it hissed a lot as I removed it.

I did have a time when it "did quit on me" in my driveway. Then I was experimenting with twisting speed of the ignition key. If I went to the ignition lights and stopped there for a couple of seconds and then continued on to the starter - it cranked but did not start. Repeated it=same result; repeated a 3rd time= same result. I seemed to have more luck if I did not wait at the dashlights and just went to the starter motor. Is there some fuel cutoff solenoid being activated somewhere?
There is at this time lots of fuel flow, so I realize that does not help you in that department.

99 isuzu Rodeo Dead Cylinder

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Question From Regected on 99 isuzu Rodeo Dead Cylinder

I've been pounding my head against the bumper on this one for about two months now. Here is what I'm working on:

1999
Isuzu
Rodeo
2.2L inline 4
87k miles

I discovered about three weeks after I bought this rodeo that there was a slight leak in the head gasket. Water was leaking into the number 4 cylinder. Water was not getting into the oil, and the car was not burning oil, so I just put some stop leak in the radiator to limp it along until the weather warmed enough to replace the head gasket. This worked for about a month, but the loss of water got to bad to put the head gasket replacement off any more. The car never overheated in a melt down type of situation. Anytime it started running a little hot, we would pull over and put water in it. Since the car was just for my wife to run around town(5-10 miles a day tops), just topping off the radiator before setting out was sufficient.

When the head gasket was removed, it was obvious where the water was leaking; the head gasket was de-laminated and eroded between the main water journal and the number 4 cylinder. None of the cylinder walls looked scalded, the head measured to be dead flat and none of the valve seats looked unusually worn nor burnt, so I just cleaned everything up and reassembled the engine.

The test start was rough to say the least. It took about 5 minutes of cycling the key and cranking the motor to finally get it to start. It ran very very rough. I let it idle for a few minutes, and took it for a drive up the road and back(about a block) to see if it cleared up at slightly higher RPMs. Well, it did a little, but I noticed a serious vacuum leak. The nipple for the vacuum on the EGR broke loose. Simple fix to just remove the broken nipple from the hose and press the hose back onto the remaining nipple piece. This cleared most of the rough running, but not all of it.

With the engine running more smoothly, I decide it should be safe enough to take it to autozone to have them pull the diagnostic codes. Only two codes come up. One is a sending unit error(very common with the rodeo) and the other is a dead miss on number 3 cylinder. I confirmed this by pulling the plug boots off the plugs one by one, and pulling number 3 boot had no effect on the engine at all.

I put a compression tester on it, and every cylinder tested right around 150-155 PSI. The spark on number three was a little...weird for lack of a better term. It was sparking, but rather than being a thick blue spark in the 1/2 inch range like the other cylinders, it was a long thin white spark up to 2 inches in length. I replaced the ignition coil pack, and now it sparks just like the rest.

Having eliminated spark and compression, moved on to fuel. After letting the engine run for a few seconds, I pulled the spark plug from number 3, and it is soaked in gas. Not being satisfied with this as proving sufficient fuel, i swapped the injectors between cylinders 1 and 3. Still no change.

Using a screwdriver, I listened to the lifters through the valve cover. Number 3 was more noisy than the other 3, so I pulled off the valve cover and listened closer with a piece of hose. The noise is the same between all 4 lifters on number 3 cylinder, but different than the other 3 cylinders.

I'm stumped. Anyone have any ideas? The ignition timing is non-adjustable. This motor was built to be more of less idiot proof, but also dang near impossible to diagnose.

Response From Regected Top Rated Answer

UPDATE:

Just ran it back to autozone to pull the codes again. It came back with "multi cylinder misfire" as well as error code P1627, which I've been told is a malfunctioning sending unit in the fuel tank. Dang thing died on a 4 lane highway on the way back.