Question about 1997 Isuzu Rodeo
I have had the battery ends replaced, I have had the battery replaced. The vehicle worked fine all day yesterday. However, after running several errands within a 20 mile radius, I reached my last stop, turned off the vehicle and when I went back to start it, it wouldn't. The radio, lights, etc. still come on but when I try to start it, it will "click" one time and not start. Is it possible this could be a fuse?
Any and all information will be helpful.
Hi..I have a 1998 Isuzu Rodeo also...The problem is you need to replace the starter or rebuild it...It's best to just buy a new starter..Trust me on this..I had the same problem and did everything you did and more..From the research I had to go thru it's just best to buy a new one with a warranty..Just some advice if you do this yourself..The down y pipe on the exhust will have to be removed to do so..you must spray the bolts with wd-40 or pb blaster and let it soak over night...If not you will pull your arm out of it's socket trying..Also jacking the car up until the front driver side wheels are way up of the ground, This will give you a little more room to use a breaker bar to pop the nuts loose..I hope this helps you..Good Luck!!
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