Question about Isuzu Rodeo
Check the vacuum lines.
Get the 4x4 to engage by manually engaging the hubs.
dirt and water entering the automatic locking hubs for the 4-wheel drive causes them to malfunction. Inspect the seals and clean the locking hubs.
Also check the switch control.If the switch control for 4x4 is faulty then replacing the switch control will get your 4-wheel drive system working again.
If the 4 wheel drive switch control checked ok then the actuator motor for 4 wheel drive needs to be checked.The switch that lights the light on your dash is located in the actuator for the four-wheel drive. The actuator sounds weak and is not fully engaging your four-wheel drive unit.
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Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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