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Where is the transmission position micro switch located on 2000 rodeo isuzu


hello Gary
so the easter egg hunts.
we get them endlessly here.
why not say what fails. ? first. then ask ?
so we can be on the same page.?
first off is car 2wd or 4wd????
and is it M/T box question or A/T box. (auto or stick)
its not "micro switch", at all , just a switch.
let me guess.
1: PRNDL switch and reverse bad, or? park lock out fails. or?
2: 4wd switch. ?
3: or the stick shift, reverse switch,

why must I have to guess, whats wrong.
park lock fail (shifter jammed)
cant crank
reverse lamps dead/

Nov 08, 2016 | 2000 Isuzu Rodeo

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1998 vitara 4wd lever jamed


jammed to what (2H, 4H, 4L or neutral)??? just a hint?
driving on what.?
this is not a AWD car, that began in 2004 , sorry.
you are driving the wrong car.
are you on snow,ice or dirt?
if not you will do this, READ the operators guide first

read the warnings on wind UP. suzuki has a funny TSB on that.
35 years of part time 4wd,
the lever will jam if you run 4wd on dry pavement,
for sure.
this car has no center differential nor a viscous coupling to get
you out of windup.
this is 1998 hardware.
so drive to dirt, and shift out of 4wd, to 2h and read the operators guide or this. (first parts)

http://www.fixkick.com/part-time-test.html


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How can I put the suburban into 4x4


I have a 1994 4x4 Suburban. In mine, there's a stick on the hump in the floor, and I'm sure this is the case with yours too. This year model does not require that you get out and lock your wheel hubs. There are labels that are supposed to light up to tell you if you're in 2wd, 4wdHigh, or 2wdLow, but mine don't seem to work. If it's dark out and I can't see the labels, I just have to remember that 4wd High is all the way towards me, 4wd Low is all the way forward, and 2wd in sort of in the middle (but closer to me than the actual middle).

To shift into 4wd High (which is what you'll use for most purposes, like driving in bad weather), just pull that stick back towards you in one swift motion. You can do this while you're parked or while driving forward down the highway.

To shift back out of 4wd High and into 2wd, just push that stick forward a little bit, to where it was before.

To shift into 4wd Low (which is what you'll use only for extreme conditions, like off-road mudding or getting out of your driveway in super deep snow), you have to be stopped. You can NOT just shift into 4wd Low while you're going down the road. First, put it into Neutral (with the shifter on the steering column), Then push that stick on the floor all the way forward. Mine is hard to push, so I use my foot.

To shift back into 2wd from 4wd Low, you need to be stopped and in Neutral also. Pull the stick back towards you to the same position it was in before. (Not all the way towards you, or you'll be in 4wd High instead of 2wd.)

Hope that helps.

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The orange light in the center (lock) keeps flashing while driving(the 4wd section on the dashboard) . I drive a mitsubishi pajero io,but at the carcategory I filled in some other model because the pajero...


Pajeros have a air operated solenoid to disengage/engage the front hubs and centre diff lock. the solenoids themselves can stick if aged. to replace them is about $200 each (two or more of them). I found thata bit of WD40/ CRC soaking inside the airhoses and solenoides and enagge/disengage action of the hubs frees it up again. Do this while stationery in neutral and motor running. The solenoids are located inside the engine bay just behind the drivers side headlight. They will have some black rubber air tubes in/out of them. When you engage/disengage you should hear a little whirring and slight clunk and the hub locks/unlocks. If very aged, you may need to move the car forward/backward for the hub locking mechanisim to find its opening. Once disengaged, the orange light should go out. The aftermarket workshop manual by Max Ellery fully describes this process and is about $30 ON eBAY.

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Switching back 4WD to 2WD - 1998 Jeep Cherokee 4L Limited Petrol


With any 4WD like this, always move a few feet in the opposite direction when disengaging. If you were moving fwd in 4wd, switch to 2wd, back up a few feet, then go fwd.

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Replace font wheel bearing


What exactly is your problem? If you want help you need to give the chassis number and the engine number as well so that I can be specific and give you the right instruction. Cheers

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Poor /no acceleration


THE GDI ENGINE SUFFERS FROM EXTREME "COKING" - DEPOSITS THAT STICK AROUND THE VALVES AND PREVENT PROPER OPERATION, RESULTING IN POWER LOSS. REPAIR CAN BE EXTENSIVE AND COSTLY ESPECIALY IF YOU START TO HEAR A RATTLE ON IDLE. THE FIRST STEP I WOULD SUGGEST IS, TRY USING FUEL ADDITIVES SUCH AS WURTH FUEL/GAS/VALVE TREATMENT THESE ADDITIVES ARE QUITE CAPABLE OF CLEARING OR CLEANING CONTAMINATED PARTS IN TIME.

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Stuck in 4wd


take the steering to etreem left nd right and then try to remove the gear stick strongly.....go front and back ....this is very normal in all 4WD and you should be with a brave heart to remove the stick.....hahahaha

good luck

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