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1990 isuzu amigo issues #1061096 06/23/13 06:37 AM
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bingocouple Offline OP
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Hello guys, I just bought this amigo. It runs pretty good but it has a big exhaust leak which I know how to fix. But there is one thing I cant seem to figure out, When slowing down or coming to a stop the front end moans. I thought it was just the brakes but when I turn the wheel when slowing it gets louder. Any suggestions as to what it may be?

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Re: 1990 isuzu amigo issues [Re: bingocouple] #1061097 06/23/13 07:48 AM
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Wayne Offline
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Are you certain it's not 2 different issues?

What happens if you're at a stop and turn the wheel? Moaning might indicate the steering pump.

Then try slowing down while going straight.
Slowing down (pedal breaking) -- any moaning
Slowing down (engine breaking) -- any moaning?

Stick? Automatic?
Stick -- engine breaking in gear, or in neutral?

The board is pretty quiet nowadays, but anytime posting, more details will get you a better chance at an answer. You might try on a general maintenance board instead of this isuzu specific board.


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Re: 1990 isuzu amigo issues [Re: Wayne] #1061098 06/23/13 02:24 PM
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Thanks, It is a 5 speed. At a stop and turning the wheel there is no moaning. Only when coming to a stop. makes me think that there is an issue with the brakes. Maybe the front end need lubed up. I dont know I just bought it.

Why did this board go so quiet?

Re: 1990 isuzu amigo issues [Re: bingocouple] #1061099 07/02/13 07:43 AM
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The manual is saying that it might be the rear diff. Anyone have issues like your vehicle moaning?
Also, are the lifters adjustable on my 2.6 motor?

Re: 1990 isuzu amigo issues [Re: bingocouple] #1061100 07/02/13 02:27 PM
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Yes, the valves are adjustable and need to be done every 10,000 or so or you will probably have problems.


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