Question about Isuzu Rodeo
Technically, there is no connection between an oil change and the vehicle's rpm settings. However, a disconnected vacuum line could affect engine idle. Even a loose oil filler cap can introduce air into the crankcase and pcv inlets. Please make sure that no vacuum hoses are cracked and/or disconnected. Try to "backtrack" and make certain that all electrical connectors to the idle air control motor and throttle position sensor were not loosened accidentally. Finally. check the accelerator cable linkage to the throttle body to make sure that the cable is not hung up.
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Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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