Question about 2001 Isuzu Rodeo
The gas gauge on my 2001 Rodeo has started constantly moving back and forth toward empty, even when there is plenty of gas. The gas light comes on and my check engine light has been coming on. When I get this checked out by my mechanic, it always shows the same codes. The vehicle has never ran out of gas, but you never really know how much gas you have.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
My 2000 rodeo had same problem . i finally found a bad electrical connection in plug inside the lower left kick panel. the plug connection was not staying fully inserted into the other half of the connector the wire and crimped connector would completley come out of the molded plastic plug that had multiple wires inserted in it . i had to route around to the mating wire on the other half of the connector and connected with a sta-kon connector . there are many connections in this circuit you may have to check all of them. the fuel pump / sending unit did not fix my problem so i went checking connections .this was a fault from who ever made the wiring harness
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Posted on Jul 16, 2009
The sending unit in your tank is bad replace it.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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