On the left side facing the engine, above the moter mount and below the
manifold is an assembly mounted to the block. It has what looks to be a
bunch of oil hoses attatched to it with one hose as a drain. Oil is
spewing pretty good out of that hose. I'm looking for what that assembly
is called...I have a manual but cant seem to find it. It almost resembles
an egr valve. Anyone help?
Mine is 1994 pickup. I read it somewhere on the net saying that hose
with open end is what it is supposed to look like, ie, with one end open
like drain. And it is used to indicate the malfunction of oil pump(?)
Yep, that was what I was told about the rubber, short hose that stuck out on
the passanger side above motor mount on the engine manifold but it was to
indicate when the fuel pump was going out ...:-) Liz(mine is a 94) It
started leaking a lubricant, similar to oil, I thought it was oil...It got
pretty bad too!...I wrote and emailed and asked all over about it...Everyone
from the dealer mechanics to the design engineer I wrote to in Japan said
there was no such thing...Finally, one mechanic which had been around
working on Isuzu's for years said what it was...Said it was a modification
installed for US Isuzu's...I replaced my fuel pump...problem solved....
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