Question about 2005 Isuzu Ascender
Dies when a//\c or defrost is turned on after battery was unhooked and hooked back up
Posted by Anonymous on
or the ECU cant control it right, (air leaks or misfiring engine,)
you fail one key fact, (other wise drives perfect with full power)
Posted on Sep 21, 2015
Common problem, will cost you about $8 and some time to fix yourself. Unhook the battery, remove the throttle body and clean it with sensor safe spray like Seafoam. When finished, hook battery back after clean throttle body is installed up and with all HVAC on off, driver around for a while so the computer relearns the newly cleaned tb.
Posted on Sep 11, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
that code means that the coolant is cooler than it is supposed to be and it cannot be regulated...which means the thermostat is stuck open or broken,so replace the thermostat and that should solve your problem,hope this sheds a little light on it!
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
i assume that you have a trailer light attachment installed at the rear of the vehicle somewhere around the tow hitch,turn on your head lights,obtain a volt meter and check D.C. voltage on the pigtail,ground the black lead to clean frame metal and check the pins on the plug with the red lead,one of them should be live 12v dc.that will be your trailer running lights,theother will be brake lights,you will have to have someone hold trheir foot on the brake to test it,dont assume the trailer is ok. verify voltage at the connector on the vehicle first,if you have 12 v,there the trailer has the problem,or if it hasnt been used in a long time the connector may need to be cleaned,as far as the fuse goes depending how it was installed,could be several choices,set your meter on continuity and check all fuses,you dont have to phisically remove each one,if you look close there are two small contact points on both sides of the amp rating number,most likely you will have two or three fuse panel locations,primary is under dash drivers side ,secondary panels and relays located in engine compartment under hood on fender walls black plastic box w/cover,,also may be on the sides of the dash board,can only see when the door is open ,or behind the ashtray in the center console,replace any fuses that are blown,be aware of the plug configuration on the car to the trailer,and that the ground wire on the car side of the plug is also the ground lead on the trailer connector, wires may have got mixed up during repair,happens to the best of us once in a while,clean ground connections are very important on trailers,old rusty wires and scerws should be removed wire brushed and reinstalled,or replaced if needed,then sealed with varnaloc,or spray paint,to protect them,hope this helps you.aloha from maui todd0708
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
First thing you need to check is the fuse, which should be under the hood. And then the bulbs. No... they didn't both burn out at the same time. They burnt out one at a time. You just don't notice iuntil the second one goes.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
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