Question about 1994 Isuzu Rodeo
Tranny slips from first to second. Serviced transmission still slips. Any KNOWN fixes??
Guesses? there are over 10.
1; low level or too high ATF.
2: filter packed. do the service now.
3: low pump pressure.
4: bad clutch packs, if it slips now, it will get worse faster.
5: or any of the other vast ways to get the wrong pressure to the servos. (huge list)
the fsm covers on car check for a/T why not read that.?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1999 isuzu rodeo
i have same problem. get ready to pay around 2400+. as a matter of fact mine is in the shop right now. you cannot check the fluid yourself. it's up under the bottom. no dip-stick. its a joke, i have a 99 rodeo. will drive it long enough to get my 2400 out of it and then its a gonner !!!! sounds like it is going to create alot of problems if i keep it.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
SOURCE: Crank Sensor in 94 Isuzu Rodeo
it's on the bottom of the motor, towards the back on the passenger side. It has a small clip of wires and one screw holding it on. You may want to pull it up on ramps- if it'll run- otherwise, get under the Rodeo, it's up a little higher than the oil pan, and to the passenger side. (it's right on top of the two lines that run to the bottom of the radiator.) You will need a 10mm socket to remove it. I have added a few pics showing the location (i just completed this task myself)
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
Change your gearbox oil, and clean out the oil strainer.
( On some models, you have to remove the gearbox oil pan to clean the strainer )
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
You dont have an ATF dipstick, you will have two plugs facing downward
on the larger trans pan. The plug higher up on the pan is the fill/level
check (stamped/recessed into the rear right corner of pan). ATF should
just dribble from this plug on a hot, idling truck, in neutral on a
level surface. The lower one is the drain.
The one at the back of the pan in a recess is the filler. You need a hand pump or something similar to fill it to overflowing then top it off with the engine running. Make sure you shift through the gears a couple of times when topping off.
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
I have a 2002 Rodeo and just had the transmission leak fixed, but my truck is jumping and jerking and seems like it is stuck in gear. I don't see anything leaking and tired of taking it to the dealer so what could be my problem.
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
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