Question about 2000 Isuzu Rodeo
Could be one of few things, It could be (most likely) your fuel pump, which means your engine is struggling to **** gas out of your tank, making it run less smoothly. It could also be a bad engine coil, that's about a 150 dollar fix, I suggest going to a mechanic, getting it hooked up to a machine that tells you all of the problems, (costs like 50-80 bucks) and after that you play it by ear. The fuel pump is probably it though, which means you need a new one, there about 130 bucks and the labor is about the same depending on the mechanic. I know, fuel pumps are a *****.
Hope it helps.
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
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