Question about 2003 Isuzu Rodeo
Had this vehicle for 2 months, and now the engine light has come on. Don't know how to get into diagnostic mode, or even the reset procedure if the immobilizer gets activated. (only have the chip key, I have never started the vehicle with a non-chip key). I didn't get the owners manual either.
Easiest way to fix it is go to a garage and have the diagnostic scanner hooked up to see what codes are coming up. Without doing this, it's almost impossable to find out which sensor is bad. There are so many sensors , also after the bad sensor is replaced, the mechanic can rest and clear the codes via the scanner.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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vehicles from 1996 and up have an OBD II computer. The Major problem
when it comes to OBD II is that you can no longer acquire the trouble
codes by counting the flashes of the Check Engine light like you could
on earlier OBD I vehicles. You can take your car into a local
high-tech service shop, where the minimum charge for computer
diagnostics and engine diagnostics might cost you somewhere into three
digits. Or you may want to learn about OBD II systems. in order to do so
you will need an OBD II scan tool. I have already done the research for
you and located several different scan tools for you to choose from. If you already have the code and need to know what it means check out our complete list of OBD II Codes Here.
OBD II scan tools connect to the vehicle's computer through a connector under the dash by the steering wheel.
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