Isuzu Trooper - Isuzu Trooper
1. Maintenance instruction
2. Maintenance
   2.1. Data on identification of the car
   2.2. General data of engines
   2.3. THAT the Trooper/Bighorn cars with the diesel engine
   2.4. Instructions on leaving
      2.4.1. Air filter
      2.4.2. Fuel filter (petrol engines)
      2.4.3. Fuel filter (diesel engines)
      2.4.4. Draining of the water which collected in fuel system of the diesel engine
      2.4.5. Compulsory system of ventilation of a case (PCV system)
      2.4.6. A tank for catching of vapors of gasoline
      2.4.7. Features of check of system of catching of vapors
      2.4.8. Rechargeable battery
      2.4.9. Drive belts
      2.4.10. Cooling system
      2.4.11. Air conditioning system
      2.4.12. Screen wiper
      2.4.13. The recommended brands of fuel and oil
      2.4.14. Care of the manual transmission or automatic transmission
      2.4.15. Check of level of oil or liquid
      2.4.16. Oil replacement
      2.4.17. Case of the transfer case
      2.4.18. Reducer of the back bridge
      2.4.19. Cooling liquid
      2.4.20. Main brake cylinder
      2.4.21. Main cylinder of a hydraulic actuator of coupling
      2.4.22. Nutritious tank of the power steering
      2.4.23. Reducer of the steering mechanism
      2.4.24. Lubricant of a running gear
      2.4.25. Body lubricant
      2.4.26. Lubricant of the mechanism of the emergency brake
      2.4.27. Lubricant of draft of the drive of a butterfly valve
      2.4.28. Gear shifting lever lubricant
3. Engines
4. System of decrease in toxicity
5. Fuel system
6. Transmission and running gear
7. Suspension bracket and steering
8. Brake system
9. Body
10. Body electric equipment
11. Diagnostics of malfunctions
12. Electrical circuitries





Isuzu Trooper>> Maintenance>> Instructions on leaving>> Features of check of system of catching of vapors

2.4.7. Features of check of system of catching of vapors

GENERAL INFORMATION

6-CYLINDER V6 ENGINES

System of catching of vapors of gasoline on 4-cylinder petrol engines

1 – air filter
2 – carburetor
3 – tank
4 – air filter
5 – ball and float-operated valves
6 – fuel tank
7 – reducing valve
8 – gasoline
9 – gasoline vapors
10 – air
11 – control valve

System of catching of vapors of gasoline on 6-cylinder petrol engines

1 – camera of a butterfly valve (TBI)
2 – a tank with an absorber
3 – fuel tank
4 – restrictive nozzle
5 – tube
6 – stopper of a mouth of the fuel tank
7 – hose
8 – the stream distributor with the thermodrive

VENTILATING VALVE

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. Attach a hose piece to the lower tube of the valve and blow. Air should not pass through the valve.
2. Create depression of 15 mm Hg, having connected the manual vacuum pump to the top (control) tube of the valve. The diaphragm has to keep depression during not less than 20 sec., otherwise replace a tank.

CONTROL VALVE OF THE FUEL TANK

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. Create depression of 15 mm Hg, having connected the manual vacuum pump to a control tube. The diaphragm has to keep depression during not less than 20 sec., otherwise the diaphragm lost tightness and the valve is subject to replacement.
2. Create depression on a control tube. Attach a hose piece to a tube of the valve of the fuel tank and blow. If air does not pass, then replace the valve.