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when in doubt this brand will definately work for all isuzu products. Ive found it best to look at what was used previously, so that you do not mix the types. but if you unclear or unsure you can always drain it completely and fill it with any 50/50 solution you choose.
ok did you look at the color of the fluid? if you fluid is some what dark the clutches for the reverse maybe burn out or the reverse ban may be broken so if i was you i would take it to the professionals ok
yes their will be a fuel shut off safety switch but where i have no idea ,sorry iam a europeon mechanic and never seen this vehicle before ,although i have worked on the camper van model of this vehicle ,7.4 litre petrol engine this one with autobox but it had a gas conversion or the owner couldnt afford to run it .
If its a Bighorn then there is a vaiable resistor that adjusts when the accelerator is pressed. The electric signal is passed to the ecu for change down in the autobox. There is more info on the Isuzu club pages but just losen the two srews and move the resitor anti cockwise this did the trick on my auto bighorn