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Connected battery to wrong terminals. Now 1995 isuzu rodeo will not start. Could it be the fusible link? If so, where is it located?

The other fuses in the fuse box work, such as the horn, however nothing when trying to start the car.

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SOURCE: 1995 Isuzu rodeo will not start battery is in good condition

I had the same problem as you. Thought it was starter or battery,,,it was neither. I kid you not, I figure this out for myself and problem solved. I did not have the tailgate window locked and it took at least 30 attempts to start. When I locked the tailgate opener located on the far left of dashboard, never a problem,,,, I pulled out the operator's manual/remote control/vehicle security system manual and to my surprise it confirmed. Here is the exact quote from manual "While armed, the system is triggered when a door or the tailgate window is opened. When triggered, the vehicle's horn sounds, and the exterior and interior lights flash. PERHAPS, MORE IMPORTANTLY, THE VEHICLE'S STARTER IS DISABLED AT THE SAME TIME, PREVENTING ENGINE START!!!" Please let me know if this solves your problem or you already went there..

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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SOURCE: the location of the ecm fuse on 98 isuzu rodeo

ECM fuese are located in the fusebox in the engine compartment-left sidefacing the vehicle.

Posted on May 01, 2009

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SOURCE: Dash Lights 1995 Isuzu Rodeo

with lights off and battery disconnected remove the twist knob on the dash that brighten and dims your dash lights and jump the two prongs with a jumper wire. connect battery and turn lights on all your dash lights should work now. if thay don't take the dash screws out and replace the bulbs, it's really easy if you have mechanical skills if not consult a friend that does. now you know the dash light dimmer switch is bad and they are hard to find i found mine in a wreck but until i did i just left the jumper wire in place (about a year and 1/2)

Posted on Jun 01, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 rodeo won't start. the solenoid on the

the clicking is the start relay which u don't hear unless the starter doesn't work, u have a defective starter solenoid, the internal contacts are burned, this is a NipponDenso style starter and they all have this same problem, u can replace the starter, replace the starter solenoid or replace the copper contacts in side the solenoid for around $12.00 USD

Posted on Feb 03, 2010

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SOURCE: 1999 Isuzu Trooper Problem with Blower Motor, FUse Box, and exter

Did you find out a solution to your problem? I have a 1996 trooper that is showing most of the same symptoms that you have. I'm curious as to your fix. Was it simply a bad ground?

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Fuseable link


Hi and welcome to FixYa,

In most Japanese brands, the fusible link is the short wire right after the battery that goes to a connector. Often, the battery + terminal has 2 wires; 1 very big that goes to the starter and another the feeds the fusebox. This 2nd wire from the + terminal is the fusible link.

Often fault with the fusible link is a corroded or burned connector/pin.

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