Question about 1995 Isuzu Trooper
A common problem for the isuzu. You will be real lucky to get it going again by just adding fluid, but I think one of the shift solenoids is bad or you have a ground not working somewhere. You can get the solenoids out without removing the tranny, but you might be wasting your time doing that. If you choose to change the filter and the 5 or 6 qts fluid, you might as well change the 1st -2nd shift solenoid while you are in there. No guarantees, but this would be the cheapest way to go. A tranny shop will charge you $1100 no matter what. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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