Question about 1999 Isuzu Rodeo
If the the camshaft sensor has indeed failed, the vehicle will not run, it needs this input for engine timing and cranking idling rpm, ect. If jiggling the wire got it to run momentarily, I would recommend replacing the camshaft sensor first, before buying an expensive p.c.m. As for the fuel gauge, there may be a bad sender in the tank, or faulty gauge. I hope this helps.
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