Question about 1998 Isuzu Rodeo
Oil was 1/2 quart low, a friend was borrowing it and the motor started knocking. She drove it about 3 miles before realizing that it was knocking. I put oil in however, I ended up putting 5 quarts in. The motor is not seized up, the knocking has subsided a little bit but has not quit. The knocking gets worse as the vehicle idles up. I was told it could be a crank bearing?? Please help.
Most likely it is a rod bearing and motor would have to be dissassembled to diagnose, you might want think about installing a low milege used replacment since it was run 5 quarts low on motor oil.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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