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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 rodeo reduced power
I have an 03 Rodeo, had the check engine and reduced power lights for 2nd time now. The first time I wrote it off to moisture getting into wiring connectors. I replaced fuel filter and spark plugs. Then used dielectric silicone on all connections, bought an innova 3030 code reader and reset all faults in computer. This fixed the problem for about 7 months then it happened again. All codes were throttle related, I reset all of them but still had reduced power light. Thinking of the harm ethanol can do, I asked my wife where she had been filling up. The station she had been using only sells 10% ethanol fuel. So I bought a bottle of Berryman octane boost and added it to the fuel. After resetting the computer again, I started the engine and all problems were gone. At least for now!
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
all electrical power must come from an alternator an a good batterie to store it please ck your alternator or have it ck by an parts store clerk if the altrenator is bad (must develop 13 0r 14.5 volts output. anyting above that ,the alt is bad!) change it then ck your batterie an batterie connections terminals and all the 80 amp fuses on the fuses box nicolas
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
SOURCE: ABS light stays on.
I'm guessing the ABS sensors in the wheel are defective and need to be replaced. But before you go about taking it all apart, start by checking the brake fluid level under the hood, as in some models of vehicules, the ABS light will turn on to tell you the brake fluid level is too low. If it's OK, then you can start thinking about the ABS sensors. They should be located near the axles just before the axles themselves enter the hub. You can usually find them by spoting the weird plastic units that point to a circular gear type ring with square teeth. If the sensors are all OK then there probably is a cut or damaged wire in the system.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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