Question about Isuzu Rodeo
I doubt it would caused by the cooling system. A cooling system malfuntion would show as a higher than normal temp guage. It sounds more like the viscous coupling on the fan is a bit long in the tooth and needs replacement. With the engine off, try to rotate the fan by hand. You should feel a slight resistance but still be able to rotate the fan easily. When the engine has warmed up, rotating the fan by hand should be a little easier. The viscous coupling sits between the fan and water pump. Removal requires removing the radiator.
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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