2002 isuzu Rodeo - dash, aircondition control, and radio lights are out
My 2002 isuzu rodeo has 70K miles on it. Recently while driving through a washout in Houston, TX several days later, I noticed while driving at night, my dash lights were out. I thought it was a fuse but looked at the manual but there was not a fuse for my specific problem area. I then thought it was the light bulb but while taking the dash off to get to the bulb - it proved more that i wanted to deal with with all the wires, screw etc. I wanted to get your opinion before I dive into the dash whether its a fuse or a bulb or neither. Help?
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double posted, why do that.
its answered already,
the "meter fuse"blew.
all warning lights out,
or do you mean the parking lamps out in cluster.
there are scads of waring lights, name some.
the CEL lamp tops list, if out the engine my not run.
does it run? do head lights work and all other lights.?
is the battery in car charged," top 12.6v rested. and you can drive say 10 mile with head lamps glowing full bright?
that be good to know.
Isuzu rodeo, RPM's shot up, pulled over, Problem with the Isuzu Rodeo 2002 Rodeo isuzu rodeo, RPM's shot up, pulled over, placed in park then shifted to drive, car would not move, shut off, car would not restart
The O2 sensor needs to be replaced. There is a screw on the back side of the instrument panel that is removed and switched to another hole in the circuit board to reset the light for another 90,000 miles. Only a shop manual will have the exact location. You can try and obtain one from http://www.helm.com and buy one using print on demand.
could be one of about 100 things.. personally, i think it's a combination of things that all happen to brake and fail at the same time. i've also run into this problem.
- need new spark plugs, oil, filters
- bad coil pack
- bad wiring harness (around 70k miles they tend to cook & crack)
- cracked injector o-rings
- cracked intake manifold gaskets (upper & lower)
- bad O2 senors
- bad fuel pump
this is what was wrong with my 2003 isuzu rodeo, 4wd, 6cyl at 90k miles, but i had 2 bad coil packs. figures right?