Question about 2000 Isuzu Rodeo
It's most likely NOT a cheap fix. It could be your computer, the spark plugs, or you need a hardcore oil change/transmission fluid change. Those are the cheap options.
Otherwise it's your transmission itself, which would need work, or to be replaced, which is the more expensive thing you can do to a car.
Go to a mechanic and ask for them to run a full systems check, they hook up a machine that basically checks every possible angle on your car, it should run you 50-85 bucks for the system check, maybe put a thing of engine cleaner in your gas tank after fueling up to clean out some of the residue.
hope it helps.
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
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