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www.cargurus.com > Questions > Isuzu > Rodeo CarGurusAug 22, 2011 - rodeo turns over/no start fuel rail is dry (is it the sending unit, or the fuel pump ?? how do i test ?? whats is my next step ? ... some i have ran into will pump when key is on, but will not when the car is trying to start, ele problem, ...
forums.edmunds.com > Isuzu > Isuzu Rodeo Jan 1, 2008 - 31 posts - 26 authors
The issue is the engine won't even attempt to turn over. .... My '93 Isuzu Rodeo has been having problems starting for the last few days, ever ...
check the tank is it plastic... if so drop the tank pour gas in bucket if black stuff in the gas take a water hose and spray it out wait till dry put it back on and put gas and try to start it,,, if fuel pump in tank replace it... please let me know how it turns out,,, good luck
I realise you have probably solved this problem by now so sorry for the late news mate . Had a similar prob and it turned out to be an alternator malfunction . I replace the brushes and off she went . These things send voltage from the alt . to a fuel pump relay or whatever so the pump wont run if the eng isn't (or the alt isn't outputting any voltage.) . Hope you already had it sorted . But I hope this helps if not . Cheers Simon .
Look on passenger side frame rail ahead of the rear wheel in a bracket with a fuel line on each end. Before starting replacement-- be sure to release pressure from fuel lines, by removing fuel pump fuse under hood and running engine to use gas from lines. I then remove fuel lines by moving clamps away from fitting so hose can be pulled loose from old filter while it is still in bracket. On top of mounting is a bolt that holds filter clamp in place . After removing clamp and filter from mounting bracket, loosen filter body clamp and slip oout old filter-- then in with the new filter. Then reverse your steps to install filter. After filter is back in place -- reinstall fuel pump fuse, turn on key for a few seconds for gas to refill lines, then start engine and check your installation to make sure you have no fuel leaks at line connections.