Question about 2000 Isuzu Rodeo
Kept geting " check engine" light on my Isuzu Rodeo. Spent a bunch of money to get it fixed but nobody could until I found an old experienced mechanic. Turns out to be the "transmission position switch" on the transmission handle on the floor. A small switch to tell the engine to adjust fuel air mixture. Was told this is a very common problem.
After you change the gas cap like everybody tells you. The transmission position micro switch on the floorboard.
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
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Posted by Mike on Jul 03, 2008
kelly please start your own post
there can be 1000s of possible problems.
and up to 100codes. the car and the EFI are complex its not some kids toy car..
check fuses, and then scan it.
like everyone else does in all cars made with EFI.
or just drive to the shop and has them to scan your car.
is that hard?
so your PRNDL switch was bad
well gee the PCM reported that if you asked it.
and on most cars this error is serious.
on many cars the PCM goes in to limphome and with the transmission too can go to limphome mode.
this is to protect you and the transmissison from damage. and performance falls in limphome on all cars made.
google that or take the ASE class in EFI.
it's all there, and all factual.
check fuses first
then scan it,
or get car serviced like 99.9% do, today.
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