Question about 1996 Isuzu Oasis
A fuse keeps blowing in the dash of our 96 Isuzu Oasis mini van (model with Honda engine), which make none of the dash indicators work or even light-up. A repair man by-passed something so it would even start when the fuse blows... and we were told the speed sensor is bad. The repair shop isn't sure if the speed sensor is the problem causing the fuse to blow, but we suspect it is the culprit.
Also, the shop said the part would cost $180 but we found them on eBay for around $20. However some of the one's we compared look different, in that some have wires attached and some don't. Are the wires required?
Thanks for your help and it's appreciated!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Isuzu has a timing pump driven water pump, so if the timing belt is due to be replaced, both jobs are normally done at the same time along with replacing the timing belt tensioner pulley. It'a an "interference" type engine that bends the valves if the belt breaks and ruins the engine. The reason the shops want $700 is because they're doing a complete timing belt replacement to get to the water pump.
Posted on May 18, 2008
You dont have to remove the pulley to take out the timing belt. You can use a 1/4th inch ratchet to pull the pulley. Then the belt will come out
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
SOURCE: NEED RADIO CODE ON A
If this is the factory radio you must contact an Isuzu dealer.
They will need the Vehicle Id number. The radio chassis number and the customers name. They will have to call: Pioneer Electronics Service, 800-553-3756 to receive the code.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
most likely you hve an ignition problem, there is a bad connection in the ignition itself check your locale parts store for a replacment and its not too hard to replace there will be a few srews to take out and you will need a paperclip to take the tumbler out and then remove the ignition replace it and then try again...
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
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