Question about 1994 Isuzu Rodeo
There is a coolant passage that connects the two heads. The gaskets need to be replaced. The transmission needs to be raised up from the back in order to repair.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
I also have the same model car, only two years older than yours, it seems to me that either your heater hose is leaking or you have a leaking freeze plug. Please check this two things. It may be just loose hose to the heater core and or loose hose from the heater core back to the engine block .Also, see if the over flow coolant container is leaking or it may have too much coolant on it and overflowing. If can not find where the leak came from , have the mechanic test the coolant pressure. Usually they check it through the radiator .
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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