Question about 2004 Isuzu Rodeo
You can locate the small hose sticking out from the engine bay, or looking up from under the vehicle. Chances are there are leaves or excess dirt clogging up the hose. The easiest way to locate is to look under the dash on both sides and find the largest box in the duct, it is normally the lowest also. The hose will be on the opposite side of the firewall in the engine bay. you can buy a/c coil cleaners at your local home depot or lowes and try to spray that inside and flush with water. The best way is to remove the box and clean the coil enitrely with the coil cleaner, and flush. It might get a little messy, but if you can do it yourself you will save a whole bunch of money.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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