Question about 1995 Isuzu Rodeo
My rodeo is automatic, and when you put it in drive, it will either start in 4th or 3rd gear, when you put it in 3rd, it will start and stay in third, put it in second starts and stays in second and in low it will start and stay in 1st. thus we have to shift it like a manual, which is dangerous and cause more harm to transmission. car as 250,000 miles on it, and has been abused. what could be the problem? transmission cooler lines clogged? some tranny sensor gone bad?
Gather all you can on your transmission model and specifically how many and where the shift solenoids area located. If external, you can take them off, rig a little 12 volt DC power supply to activate each one while you spray it out with carb cleaner. Reinstall them and give it a try. Some have little screens that get clogged. Clean those too. Consider a professional flush and refill with synthetic fluid. If a four speed automatic, two solenoids can produce all for forward gears. For example both closed = 1st, solenoid A open and solenoid B closed=2nd, A closed and B open = 3rd, both open = 4th. Best of luck to you.
Posted on Apr 15, 2012
Try replacing the altonator low voltage will not let it shift.also a stoped up exaust system will cause the same problem.
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