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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here is how I fold down the back seat of my 1995 Rodeo. First thing I do is remove the headrests on the back seat. Then I place my knees (and all my weight) on the middle of the seat (bench), and pull on both belts straps. If this is done properly, I will hear each strap release. (sort of a click). As soon as I hear it release, I stand up as best I can while at the same time pulling up the seat. I then manage to step out of the Rodeo while letting the seat fall forward. After that, I am able to drop the other part of the seat into the forward position.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
SOURCE: Where is the obd port
Here is a photo of the obd connector on a 1993 Isuzu Trooper.
The connector is on the transmission hump about 6 inches from the accelerator pedal. It is inside a black hood. Right next to the white OBD connector is an identical green connector that I have not tested.
The OBD port is a white 3 hole plug. Right next to it in the photo is a green 3 hole plug that I believe is for automatic transmission diagnostics. The plug is different from other plugs under the dash as it will not accept a .25" tab connector.
The picture shows a 20 ohm resistor being used to short pin 1 and 3 of the white plug. The resistor is to prevent a melted wire in case the plug shorted is the wrong plug.
To read the error codes from the engine computer, the mechanic is supposed to short pin 1 and pin 3 of the OBD port plug. Then the mechanic turns on the ignition switch and counts flashes of the "check engine" light to determine the error values being reported.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
We are talking about the Timing Belt and not the Drive/Surpentine Belt?
For the Timing Belt: CLICK on the following Link. It has all the Diagrams you will need for the Timing Belt.
For the Drive/Surpentine Belt: CLICK on the following Link. It has all the Diagrams you will need for the Drive/Surpentine Belt.
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Posted on Feb 27, 2010
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On Rodeo, Amigo, and Pickup (except 1993-95 models W/3.2L engine), connect the single wire diagnostic leads located behind the left hand kick panel together. On 1993-95 Rodeo models W/3.2 engine, the data link is located under the left hand side of the instrument panel. On all models, turn the ignition switch to the On position. At this point, the "Check Engine" light should flash. codes
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