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Holden Jackaroo Repair Manual 1998-2002

Holden Jackaroo 1998 - 2002 Repair Manual
Holden Jackaroo 1998 – 2002 Repair Manual
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What’s Covered in this Manual

1988 – 2002

Topics Covered:
Air Conditioning, Audio/Video, Body, Brakes, Bumpers, Chime/Buzzer, Component and System, Cooling, Differential, Driveline, Electronic Control Modules, Emission Control, Engine, Engine Systems, Exhaust System, Frame, Fuel System, Heated Systems, Heating, Horn, Ignition Control Instrument Cluster, Lamps, Message Systems, Navigation/Telecommunication, Power Systems, Quick Reference, Restraints, Security, Speed Control, Steering, Tires/Wheels, Transmission and Transfer Case, TurboCharger, Vehicle, Vehicle Theft, Wipers/Washers, Wiring

Manual Format:
This Holden Jackaroo 1998 – 2002 Repair Manual is in PDF format

Additional Information:
Rebadged as a Holden Jackaroo, this car goes by many different names; Isuzu Bighorn, Isuzu Trooper, Isuzu Trooper II , Caribe 442, Acura SLX, Chevrolet Trooper, Subaru Bighorn, Honda Horizon, Opel/Vauxhall Monterey. The Jackaroo can come as a 4×4, with 3 or 5 doors.

In 1991 for the 1992 model year, Isuzu totally updated the Trooper to stay up with changes in the SUV commercial center, making it bigger, all the more impressive, and more sumptuous. These 4,155 lb (1,885 kg) vehicles utilized a 3.2 L 177 PS (130 kW; 175 hp) (SOHC) petroleum motor or 3.2-liter double overhead cam (DOHC) form evaluated at 193 PS (142 kW; 190 hp). A SOHC 3.2-liter motor delivering 193 PS (142 kW; 190 hp) was presented in 1996, supplanting the prior DOHC motor in chosen trade markets. Most models actually utilized low maintenance four-wheel-drive framework, which required halting the vehicle to draw in and separate the front hub. Beginning in model year 1996, a few Troopers accompanied a “move on-the-fly” commitment framework.

1998–1999 Isuzu Trooper

2001–2003 Holden Jackaroo (UBS) SE 5-entryway (Australia)

1992–1998 Opel Monterey RS 3-entryway (Germany)

1999 Isuzu Bighorn

From 1992, the UBS arrangement was accessible with a pushrod overhead valve (OHV) 3.1-liter inline-four motor intercooled turbo diesel (assigned “4JG2”) creating 114 PS (84 kW; 112 hp) at 3600 rpm, and 260 N⋅m (192 lb⋅ft) at 2000 rpm. It was offered as a more rough and eco-friendly choice for towing and rock solid activity, comparative with the standard 3.2-liter petroleum. The diesel-fueled Jackaroo was accessible with a five-speed manual transmission and manual front center points just coupled to low maintenance four-wheel drive framework with open front and restricted slip back differentials. The 3.2-liter V6 petroleum motor variant was likewise accessible with a discretionary four-speed programmed transmission with programmed bolting front center points. A similar diesel motor was additionally accessible in the UK and different business sectors with a belt-driven overhead camshaft, which grew marginally more force. After 1998, and the presentation of the “4JX1” 3.0-liter diesel motor, a four-speed programmed transmission was made accessible notwithstanding the five-speed manual transmission.