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Re: reduced power light on, 2000 Isuzu Rodeo, can't go...
All electrical power must come from an alternator an a good batterie to store it please ck your alternator or have it ck by an parts store clerk if the altrenator is bad (must develop 13 0r 14.5 volts output. anyting above that ,the alt is bad!) change it then ck your batterie an batterie connections terminals and all the 80 amp fuses on the fuses box nicolas
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it's the EGR valve and can be fixed by anyone. It involves disconnecting the battery, remove electrical connection, and removing 2 screws and cleaning the surface area well and replacing it as well as the gasket. A new EGR valve runs around $120 and trust me you can fix this and save hundreds!
I'm having same problem on my 2000 model rodeo 4wd 3.2L V6. Other day check engine light came on. I checked engine bay nothing abnormal, or power loss. Next day light was gone. 2 days later driving, a sudden loss of power and light came up. After idling for a couple of minutes, drove off with light still on but all power back. 1 hour later of faultless driving loss of power for a minute or so. Engine temp normal. Had break for 1/2 hour and set off for last hour of journey without fault except check engine light still on. Following dayon startup light went out???
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