Question about 1998 Isuzu Amigo
Symptoms include: stalls while idling but easily restarts, has a tough time accelerating, and check engine light has been on prior to these problems starting.
SOURCE: thermostat on 1998 Isuzu Amigo
Yes, It's under the intake manifold. The manifold would need to be removed
Lower hose from radiator is attached to steel pipe leading to it.
It will not be an easy mission,and the new thermostat is rated for I believe 170 degrees.
That's not much help to keep the interior warm with a rag top when it's 20 below zero.
You can boost the heating level by adding vinyl cover over the front portion of grill. Any boat interior shop has the material. Modify any large air leaks. Use the fan to keep fresh air filling vehicle, not recirculate.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
SOURCE: 1998 amigo timing 2.2 liter
The timing marks on the cam shaft sprockets are easily to see when you get the timing cover off. When the two cam shafts are lined up (pretty much at the top), then the crank should be almost down at the bottom.
Get yourself a good shop repair manual - I got mine from E-Bay for less than $15.00 (used).
Also, if your going to change the timing belt, have the water pump replaces at the same time.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
Remove cover from the relay and fuse box under the hood. Find the fuse for the ECM and remove. Wait 20mins and replace. If the light comes on again see a mechanic. I've had this problem over about 10 years and it is only a false alarm. If the problem persists see a mechanic. DO NOT TRY TO USE ANY CAR BATTERY POWERED DEVICE IN THE CAR UNTIL THE FUSE IS REPLACED
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
SOURCE: Adding freon to 98 Isuzu Amigo
You need to add the freon on the low side which is usually indicated by a blue cap. The red cap is the high side port. Never add freon using the high side port. Typically if you are buying a guage set from your local auto parts store, it will only attach to the low side service port because they are diffent types of connections. Another easy way to tell is to turn your AC on and feel the lines that the ports are attached to. The low side should be cold/cool and the high side will be hot.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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