Question about 2000 Isuzu Rodeo
You just got it, well, 4 months ago, because not many people take the time to post semi-obvious posts than I hope I can help if it isn't already fixed. You probably just flipped the "powerdrive" switch which gives it a little extra power, if not that than maybe the wheel drive button. I know what it's like to get a new car and have that urge to push every button and flip every switch just to see what it does.
If there was no flipped button than it could be a spark plug that needs replacing or just get a tune up, Well worth it.
Hope it helps, even though it's a little late.
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
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