Question about 2000 Isuzu Rodeo
Nope, it's your fuel pump. If it's stuck in one place and doesn't move at all than yes, it is the floater, but if it fluctuates and tells you that you're empty most of the time than it is, in fact, your fuel pump itself. That fix will be about 130 for the fuel pump, and about the same for the labor to put it on seeing as how they have to drop the gas tank. If it's the floater than you yourself could drop the tank if you have the tools and a little know-how, and then just dis-lodge the floater and Abra kadabra, it's fixed.
hope it helps.
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
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