Question about 1992 Isuzu Rodeo
I suspect a worn out or dirty contact base on the ignition switch. Most Japanese ignition switches consist of two parts the key tumblers and a removable/replaceable contact base where all the electrics of the switch are kept. Many times this part can be taken off cleaned and put back in. If your vehicle has high miles you may be better off just replacing it.
Unfortunately there is the the possibility that you just have a wire that is broken inside the insulation or a bad plug end on one of the wires. this type of problem can be easy to bypass but hard to find. Did you bench test the fuel pump before installing it?
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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