Question about 1999 Isuzu Rodeo
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look on passenger side frame rail ahead of the rear wheel in a bracket with a fuel line on each end. Before starting replacement-- be sure to release pressure from fuel lines, by removing fuel pump fuse under hood and running engine to use gas from lines. I then remove fuel lines by moving clamps away from fitting so hose can be pulled loose from old filter while it is still in bracket. On top of mounting is a bolt that holds filter clamp in place . After removing clamp and filter from mounting bracket, loosen filter body clamp and slip oout old filter-- then in with the new filter. Then reverse your steps to install filter. After filter is back in place -- reinstall fuel pump fuse, turn on key for a few seconds for gas to refill lines, then start engine and check your installation to make sure you have no fuel leaks at line connections.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
well i got a salvaged ecm from a junkyard and put it in, still did'nt start. took alternator off to have it checked , it is fine. put it back in and now it starts and runs fine. check the alternator and the connections, i heard the alternator controls power after the initial ecm prime when it is turned on. i have no idea how true it is, but worth a shot. if you can find a cheap ecm for a junkyard (mine was 75 bucks) i would try that afterwords.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
fuel tank has to be removed to remove fuel pump sender unit. make sure tank is near empty so its not as heavy to remove
some models have two round rings on top of tank, one is sender unit (for gauge) the other incorporates the fuel pump
others have one round ring which is both in one
remove the one near middle section of tank
be carefull not to bend float arm for sender unit if twin type (sender & fuel pump in one)
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
I would not really recommend buying a petrol engined Isuzu if you are thinking about fuel consumption.I think you will be lucky to get 8km/l and thats being generous.Rather go for a turbo diesel with around the same capacity and you should get between 12-14km/L.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
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