Question about 2001 Isuzu Rodeo
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?
It looks like your going to have to go digging, be sure to try to find a wire diagram or at least mark the wires as your digging through in case you accidentally unplug one
I look forward to your post
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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