Question about 2002 Isuzu Rodeo
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The alternator is located on the passenger side of the motor at the bottom. There is a bracket attached to the motor and the alternator. You need not take the bracket off to remove the alternator. Two bolts hold the alternator to the bracket. One bolt is on the front top of the alternator and one bolt is located on the bottom front of the alternator. The bottom front bolt is attached to the tension adjustment for the alternator. Loosen the tension screw then remove the bolt going through the tension adjustment. After you loosen the top, front bolt, the alternator should be loose enough to move side to side. Remove the top, front bolt. Now you must disconnect the alternator from the power supply. Behind the alternator is a screw with a wire attached via nut. Remove this wire. Nextly there is a series of wires with a plug on the end. It is plugged into the side of the alternator. Uplug this item. You can also access both of these from the passenger side front tire well. Something to consider is that remanufactured alternators in Rodeo's as well as the Honda Passport (which has the same engine as the Rodeo) do not work and the problem(s) associated with a bad alternator,ie; not charging, no fan blower, battery light and brake light on, still exsist after replacing alternator with reman. Use a factory original alternator if possible. It will cost a little more than a reman but will most likely save you a lot of time and headache!
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Posted on Sep 29, 2008
Sounds like it is your hub bearings. Jack the car up and check for play in the hub bearings. More than likely this is your issue and the bearings need to be replaced. Hope this helps. Thanks for an honest rating.
Posted on May 19, 2009
Remove belt, fan, fan shroud and fan bracket. Remove timing covers, timing belt and water pump. Replace timing belt and the hydraulic tensioner with new ones. I suggest you get a mechanic to do this as you can easly get it out of time. Not an easy job.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
probably a worn motor, they have a brass slider that rubs on a track on a gear in the motor this gives it the park position, usually it gives an earth return to the motor, to set it going the switch provides an earth, when you turn it off it runs until the slider detects the park position,with wear and water ingress this all goes unreliable
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
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