Question about 1992 Isuzu Rodeo
My 93 rodeo needs the back up switch replaced. whe cannot locate it. help!
Often it's mounted down on the transmission, and you may have to go underneath the truck to see it. Take a look on the transmission for two or three electrical connectors all plugged in next to each other. Most manufacturers will group the electronics for the transmission together, for ease of install and removal of the transmission.
I don't know which one of them will be the backup switch, but if you have the new part in hand, you will likely find that each connector under there is unique to eliminate the possibility of plugging things in incorrectly, so it should become obvious which switch needs replacement.
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
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