1998 Isuzu Oasis Repair and Maintenance
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1998 Isuzu Oasis ProblemsComputer or torque converter fault can cause Check Engine Light
There is an issue where the transmission can have a torque converter problem, or the computer monitoring the torque converter can misinterpret the information, and in either case this can cause the Check Engine Light (MIL) to illuminate. The problem will need to be diagnosed and depending upon what is causing the issue, the transmission will have to be repaired or the computer replaced.
A seal in the 4 cylinder engine around the balance shaft tends to fall out, causing a large oil leak. There is a retaining device available to prevent the seal from falling out, which can be put in place during routine timing belt maintenance.
The front brake rotors can warp and cause a vibration when braking. The rotors will need to be machined or in cases where they are worn to thin, replaced to correct this issue.
1998 Isuzu Oasis QuestionsCatalytic Converter (1 answer)
Just learned the rattling noise I've been hearing is something lose or broken inside the catalytic converter. Is this normal?
The large hose coming from the air filter has a large hold in it & needs to be replaced. It is a part that can only be obtained from the dealer.
brake lights stay on all the time. could this be the brake light switch? If so where is it located?
1998 Isuzu Oasis RecallsThe Ignition Switch May Fail
The electrical contacts in the ignition switch may be worn. This may cause the engine to stall while driving, increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers will replace the ignition switch to correct this concern. This recall is expected to begin by June 14, 2002.
The ball joints in the front suspension may prematurely wear out. The ball joints could break in severe circumstances, which may cause an accident. Dealers will replace the front suspension lower ball joints. This recall is expected to begin by May 17, 1999.