Question about 1996 Isuzu Rodeo
This is a 3.2 engine with 130000 and this noise is loud ( like out of adjustment lifters in a pushrod engine). the noise is up top and in front of the engine( timing cover area) and the noise completely disappears at 2500 rpm only to start back below that rpm. any ideas?
There is a vaccuum line (if its 2wd and if its 4wd it will have a house) on the intack looks like a little nub on the passanger side if u run some transmition fluid in it it makes it a bit quieter i have a 1996 rodeo that has 205000 miles on it when i got it i thought a rod was going to hit the ground but that was 3 years ago the truck will smoke a lot really thick smoke drive it hard till it quits smoking it should take about 2 miles depends on how hard i drive it it worked for me i hope it works for you
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
I had the same problem and changed the valve cover gaskets that were leaking. Now my oil gets to the lifters properly.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
The valve clicking sound in the 3.2 liter engine is a common occurance in most of the Isuzu Rodeo Engines. Some owners have spent money on expensive repairs to try and fix the noise, and some say that certain oils will make them quieter. Others have as many as 2 to 300,000 miles on these engines without a problem other than the clicking noise. Drive on.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
I had the same noise, and it ended up being a busted piston. check your comp. good luck.
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
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