1998 Isuzu Rodeo Questions
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A pudder of antifreeze is found under the front of the truck See antifreeze leaking from the bottom back of the engine where it connects to the transmission
I replaced the original switch with a universal switch. I now need to know where the ignition2 and battery2 wires connect to. Windows and other accessories are mot working
All fuses good.
We connected a new fuel pump and the wiring instruction doesn't match. 3 of the 4 match when connection fuel is flashing and the tank shows empty
After starting the car, I put the brake on and try to put the car into drive, but the shifter is stuck in park. It happens Everytime the car is used. Sometimes it gets unstuck when shaking the shifter around .
The fuel light is always on and the gauge is at empty. When the tank is full, the light turns off and the gauge goes up a little. After driving for a little while it goes back to empty and light flashes.
All the other dash light are fine except the one behind the temp control panel.
At 35 MPH kept accelerated, after I parked and about 20 minutes later I started the car and RPM came back normal.
change both sides but right lock up.
in put gas in the car and only get 23 now i only get 6
Replaced the dash cluster as well as the fuel pump/sending unit. Still the same problem.
I have an 1998 Isuzu Rodeo 3.2L 4WD. I recently replaced the radiator with a new one due to the old one splitting open along the top by the cap. I'm having problems where it wants to push the Anti-freeze out of the radiator into the overflow tank. I drive it with no known problems, I just can't go on long trips with out stopping to check it. It runs normal temp. I was told to bleed the air out of the system and i made numerous attempts at this, even put the front end up in the air and i get no bubbles coming out when bleeding it. I have hot air when i turn the heat on.
The part in question has a plastic piece on the hose that secures it. It is also located below the altenator.
The firing order