Question about 2000 Isuzu Rodeo
Posted by Anonymous on
After about 100,000 miles a rodeo needs new O2 sensors. But this also could be your fuel pump, these cars have the market pumps on them and they go bad very quickly as far as fuel pumps go. Your engine could be struggling to go because it's not getting enough gasoline, or one or more of your coils could be bad and in need of replacing. Get a tune up, I got one on mine and it increased power, MPG and smoothness. You can also get a mechanic to hook up a machine to tell what's wrong with the engine, costs 50-80 bucks depending on the mechanic.
hope it helps
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
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