ISUZU Spares

Find Used ISUZU Parts For Sale in Gauteng

In virtually all scenarios, you will notice that purchasing second hand ISUZU parts is usually a much cheaper answer as compared to if you had to purchase directly from local ISUZU dealers and service centres. ISUZU vehicles, especially those in more sophisticated series, consistently rise being among the most costly 4x4’s to repair. With acquiring used 4x4 parts, however, it’s possible to purchase ISUZU parts at a lower price, without compromising upon high quality.

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Find used spares for all ISUZU models by calling us or using our part request form. Your enquiry will be sent instantly to ISUZU scrap yards in Johannesburg, then sit back and await for all to reply with quotes and availability for the requested parts. Save loads of time and simply choose the BEST priced estimates!

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Latest ISUZU Part Requests

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Model
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Submitted
Pierre
Sales
2008
ADM2RP86B73511708
Front driver seat

ABS valve

Speedometer pickup on gearbox
2019-08-27 11:25:13 +00:00
Bright
Sales
2017
ADMVSCER6G4810053
Am looking for a bumper, grill, radiator, condensor, airbags both drivers & passengers.
2019-08-15 11:51:42 +00:00
Deju Fikadu Misgano
Sales
2012
4jj1114180
Looking for throttle. Isuzu nmr 250 .4jj1.
2019-08-01 15:05:17 +00:00
James J. Chapanduka
Sales
2006
ADMTFR77D5C326456
qoute me the following;
left and right chrome back vie mirrors.
center bearing
left front door
2019-07-18 07:09:25 +00:00
Elizabeth Huxtable
Sales
2000
4 E573FW41078B1
Looking for pick up sensors for the Isuzu Wizard
2019-07-17 08:50:06 +00:00
More Info

Isuzu-logoIn 1916 Isuzu began in Japan being the Tokyo Ishikawajima Shipbuilding and Engineering Co. They together with the Tokyo Electric and gas Industrial Co. to construct vehicles. In 1920 their very first vehicle was created, the CP truck. In 1934 they renamed the truck to Isuzu, taken from a name of a river. In 1949 the corporation adopted the name Isuzu as their brand name. Later on Isuzu joined up with GM and in 2005 Isuzu ends up being the world’s biggest producer of h duty trucks.

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