Changed thermostat. now have air in fuel , how do u bleed fuel sy
Need to know how to bleed fuel system on 2001 Rodeo, changed thermostat, which was a blast. now when start car in morning it runs bout 30 seconds then dies, til u start it two or three times, then it stays running fine.
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P1275 has to do with the Fuel/Air metering, check and/or clean your Mass Air Flow Sensor, also check for leaks around it.
P0456 signals a small leak in the Evaporative System, this could be your gas cap having a leak or a small tear in the hoses leading to the Evaporative canister.
The thermostat on the 2001 Isuzu Rodeo 3.2L v6 is located on the top of the engine under the upper intake manifold. In order to replace it you will have to depressurize the fuel system by running the engine with the fuel pump fuze removed until the engine dies and then carefully remove the fuel rail and injectors. Then remove the intake manifold which will give you access to the coolant nozzle fixture attached to the top of the engine. The thermostat is in the top of the engine block under the nozzle fixture. Be sure to replace the thermostat with the proper replacement part (may be difficult to find) and put on new gaskets for the intake manifold before replacing it.
If you have done this already,then bleed the cooling system,this is all you lack,just get the air out of the system,two bleed ports,one on the thermostat housing,and one on the engine near the water pump,just bleed them out as the car warms up,the thermostat bleeder last,if this was at all helpful,please rate,thank you.
have seen new fuel filters not seal properly, due to warpage of seal flange gets bent when removing old over tight filters, check both filter & water trap, also bleed bolts on filter housing, use clear plastic hose between components to find where air ingress is coming from