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Where is the oil pump located in the 97 Isuzu Rodeo? How do I go about cleaning the screen? Or replacing it?

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The oilpump is located inside the oilpan, there are two parts to the pan, you should be able to clean the strainer by dropping the small lower pan, this takes about 1 hour, if the top half needs removing which i dont think does then thats about 6 hrs to remove, hope this helps you,Where is the oil pump - johnjohn2_14.gif

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SOURCE: 1997 Rodeo: need to replace my oil pump on 1997 Isuzu Rodeo....

v6 No they dont go bad. Clean the oil pickup screen.

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Oil Pump
Removal
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  2. Drain engine oil.
  3. Remove crankcase assembly.
  4. Remove crankshaft pulley.
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97 isuzu rodeo


look carefully as power steering belt has to be removed and A/C if fitted,slacken bolts on power steering pump then find the tensioner bolt and slacken it off and then push pump unit back..Same sort of thing with the A/C pump but i think but cant remember but i sure this one has an idler/tensioner to slacken.

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