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Loking for camshaft sprocket isuzu rodeo 1997

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: FUEL FILTER

Passenger side of vehicle. Look under vehicle around the rear door area. Inline filter.
Buy the Haynes or Chiltons. Well worth it for the vehicle. Also hondaautomotiveparts(dot)com can get you decent prices on some items. Isuzu Rodeo and Honda Passport are the same car (made by Isuzu). It atleast has a good breakdown of parts with pictures.

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

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SOURCE: 1997 Isuzu rodeo-dashboard light/air cond, heat not blowing

Easy fix. Usually the blower motor resistor gets messed up. (Page 3-8 Haynes manual 47017). The dash light could be a few things. All my bulbs went bad. Little bit of a hassle but no problem with the book.

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

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SOURCE: 1997 Isuzu Rodeo. four-wheel drive

There's a vaccum switch on your front axle thats probably corroded and stuck. It's common, especially if you don't use very often. There could be other problems but this is most common. Of course check to see if the vaccum lines are still attached. Mines bad too and I could only find it at the dealer. It was $180.00. If your mechanically inclined, read about this on isuzuforums.com and buy manual front hubs and by pass this system. New warn hubs are only $80.00 and much stronger, this is a very easy modification.

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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SOURCE: 1997 isuzu rodeo problems with the blower motor

You can test the blower motor by connecting a positive and negetive wire directly to the 2 terminals on the motor.
As far as the resistor goes. If the blower motor only works on high fan speed then the resistor is bad. If it works on all speeds except high, then the relay is bad. Good luck. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jun 21, 2009

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SOURCE: how to replace front cv shafts on a 1997 isuzu

rejakwilson @ aol.com For Full Illistrations (PICTURES) PREPARATIONS:

  1. Jack up the vehicle and support it using jack stands.
  2. Remove the tire and wheel.
  3. Remove the drain bolt to drain differential oil.


NOTE:
  • During the work, be sure that the differential case is supported by the jack.
  • Remove the brake caliper fixing bolt and hang the caliper.
  • Remove the antilock brake system speed sensor. (If equipped with antilock brake system)
  1. Hub assembly (Disc, back plate and knuckle):
    1. Remove the locking hub.
    2. Disconnect the knuckle and the suspension arm.
  1. Steering link and arm assembly.
  2. Suspension crossmember.
  3. Propeller shaft.
  4. Protector.
  5. Breather Hose:
    1. Remove the hose clips.
    2. Disconnect breather hoses from front drive axle tube and disconnect housing.
  1. Vacuum Hose. Disconnect vacuum hose from actuator. Shift switch connector (7a).
  2. VSV Assembly. NOTE: Be sure not to remove hose and connector from VSV assembly.
  3. Mounting bolt and nut.
  4. Washer and spacer.
  5. Bolt. Remove the mounting bracket fixing bolt.
  6. Front axle case assembly and front drive shaft assembly (LH side). Lower the vehicle and disconnect the RH front drive shaft assembly, and then remove the front axle case assembly and front drive shaft assembly (LH).
  7. Front drive shaft assembly (RH).

Posted on Aug 01, 2009

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Timing belt


first ever post, with displacement . 93 Rodeo,
so can be looked up .

the belt (gates) comes with instructions, did you buy a cheap
china belt off fleabay? with none?

alldata.com shows
its a DOHC engine.
28 steps

first the warning. at step 13
Set the timing sprockets so that the crankshaft and camshaft sprocket timing marks align with the timing marks on the oil pump and front plate. When the timing marks are align, no pistons are at TDC for the compression stroke. Valve damage may result if the sprockets and belt are out of alignment.

there is a tensioner that as a locking pin,.do you know how to do that?

ill not answer how do it all, only the timing question.
here is the answer.
Ill answer not for removal but install.

install : step 1 and 2
  1. Align the groove on the crankshaft timing pulley with mark on the oil pump.
  2. Align the marks on the camshaft timing pulleys with the dots on the front plate.

photo 1 shows crank marked at 3pm cog wheel. and pump base.
photo 2 shows.



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there is more , but do log in at alldata.com and read all steps.
and win.

Jun 17, 2014 | 1993 Isuzu Rodeo

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2002 isuzu rodeo 2.2 liter code P0341 cmp range or performance problems


P0341 ISUZU - Camshaft Position Sensor Performance
Possible causes- Faulty Camshaft Position Sensor
- Camshaft Position Sensor harness is open or shorted
- Camshaft Position Sensor circuit poor electrical connection
- Faulty starter motor
- Starting system circuit
- Dead (Weak) battery

Sep 10, 2012 | 2002 Isuzu Rodeo

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I need to know where the timing marks are on a 96 4wd isuzu rodeo. CAN ANYBODY HELP ME PLEASE?



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Oct 06, 2011 | 1996 Isuzu Rodeo

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Is the 1994 Isuzu Rodeo v6 compatible with the 1997 Isuzu Rodeo as far as engine parts...alternator, MAF sensor..etc?


go to the rockauto.com site and compare part numbers for each year and see if they are the same.

Sep 08, 2010 | 1997 Isuzu Rodeo

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1997 Rodeo: need to replace my oil pump on 1997 Isuzu Rodeo....


v6 No they dont go bad. Clean the oil pickup screen.

May 18, 2010 | 1997 Isuzu Rodeo

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Timing belt alignment


A factory service manual would help, but I'm assuming that if you had one, you probably wouldn't be on this site.

To set the timing, you need to first perform the obvious: remove the accessory drive belts, cam pulley covers, and engine fan and hub. Next you'll need to rotate the engine by hand until the timing marks on the camshaft sprockets and crankshaft are aligned with their corresponding stationary marks. The 0 degree mark on the lower timing belt cover is the timing mark for the crankshaft pulley. There is a mark (small, vertical formed indentation) for the left camshaft pulley on the backing plate behind the pulley near the 1 o` clock position. The same mark exists for the right camshaft pulley only it is on the backing plate near the 8 o`clock position (making it difficult to see). With the crankshaft placed at the zero mark, you can observed where the timing discrepancy exists.

(TIP: Once the right camshaft timing is properly lined up, etch an additional mark on the pulley's face and the backing plate at the 12 o`clock position. This will make it easier to align the pulley for furture adjustments and repairs)

To set the timing correctly, move the crankshaft pulley to 12 deg. BTDC. Being careful to not disturb the position of the crankshaft once it has been moved to that position, remove the crankshaft pulley, lower timing belt cover, timing belt tensioner, and timing belt. Compress the timing belt tensioner and if the original ring pin isn't available to retain the tensioner a small allen wrench can be used to achieve the same results. Line up both camshaft marks and reinstall the timing belt and timing belt tensioner (do not remove the timing belt tensioner tool used to maintain the tensioner piston in a compressed position). When installing the timing belt, be sure to allow the least amount of slack to exisit between the left camshaft pulley and the crankshaft sprocket, but without moving the pulleys.

Next, remove the timing belt tensioner piston retention tool and mount the lower timing belt cover and crankshaft pulley (without fully installing them). Rotate the crankshaft pulley to the 0 deg. mark. If done correctly, moving the crankshaft pulley from 12 deg. BTDC to 0 deg. will remove all remaining slack from the timing belt assembly and the camshaft pulleys and crankshaft pulleys will be lined up with their corresponding marks. Once proper timing has been achieved, install all removed parts.

(Another TIP: I hope it's not necessary, but in case it is, I'll remind you that proper torque of all bolts are necessary as this is an all aluminum engine. Stripping out bolts holes due to over-tightening bolts occurs very easily and become very annoying to deal with [e.g. alternator belts not being able to be tightened completely and constantly squealing every few days, etc.])

Apr 26, 2009 | 1997 Isuzu Rodeo

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