20 Most Recent 1995 Isuzu Rodeo Questions & Answers

I have a Isuzu Mu Wizard from 1992 with gear problems. The box is automatic. When I put it in the lock I seem to have the box locked. the box makes a lot of noise when locking. What do I do to solve it?

1995 Isuzu Rodeo | Answered on Jan 21, 2019

1996 isuzu bighorn, diesel the engine check light comes on and when it does the rev counter stops working and engine runs rough and stalls

1995 Isuzu Rodeo | Answered on Sep 26, 2018

The fusible links are in the fuse box located under the hood behind the battery. Pop the cover. They are little square plastic boxes with clear covers on top. They are right behind the row of fuses, in that under hood fuse box. Pull each one and check them with a test light or ohm meter. Hope this helps. I have the book if you need more info....Gar-cuda

1995 Isuzu Rodeo | Answered on Aug 24, 2018

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1995 Isuzu Rodeo | Answered on Jun 18, 2018

posted 2nd time
still no transmission stated, auto or stick.
no 2wd or 4wd, SORRY THEY ARE NOT THE SAME !!!
still no symptoms, wow.

is the speedo needle working y/n or making noise?
is the odometer working right, y/n
is the transmission shifting ok, y/n
did the TCM scans show errors , y/n. or PCM.
or is the problem something I cant guess, nah , just lazy to type them all.
is this hard,?. seems so..

here is your other post , FIX words


there i merged them
and still zero symptoms
tell me how any help can help
not being on the same page.
not one word on Symptoms, is this too hard?

cars can have 1 to 7 speed sensors.
some have 1 in the speedo head, 2 or 3 on the engine, 4 for ABS (true speed)
one in trans, 2 or 3 or more on newer cars
and one on the end of the transfer cas.
not only that 1995 is the big evolution year.
yes, im a sensor expert. (down to faraday laws)

in 1995 this car, they had a cable head on one engine, the the other engine the PCM drives the head.
if you know cars, and this evolution you'd know
that in the future, more sensors.
some A/t boxes have 3 sensors now, front mid and rear
on 4wd, the tail shaft is on the transfer case
and ONLY it knows speed, there.
my jeep, (really) 6speed stick has NONE.
wow none. yes.
they steal speed data now from ABS, brain
costing zero dollars, "genious" ideas.
next time
post engine size and cylinder counts.
then post A/T or m/t trans
then post 2wd or 4wd
or if all that is too hard,???
post symptoms and we take you to TRUE CAUSE.

easy peasy japaneezeey.?
on cable heads, dead odom/speedo is bad cable.
or it's feed gear bad, or a bad head. ask how to test .
if odom is ok then the speedo meter it self is bad.
inside, cluster, i mix 3 bad clusters many time to get one perfect, on 95 cars... many.

on non cable heads, the speedo head fuses are blown, or that wire from head to speedo is broken.
or the VSS sensor to PCM is dead.
on some cars there are 2 , VSS , 1 and a backup.
the transfer case if fitted, is VSS for sure.
that is because the transfercase has 2 speeds.
on most 4wd cars.

1995 Isuzu Rodeo | Answered on Mar 13, 2018

If you're finding it difficult to service/repair your car, get one of those online manuals. You'll not have to wait for others to answer, or rely on mechanics and all. Plus i know a website
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1995 Isuzu Rodeo | Answered on Mar 09, 2018

rims do not split down the middle unless they have been widened by cutting and re-welding to make wider rims
This is a common and ******* practice to get the wide fat tire look
unfortunately that also means that the tires rub on the body and chassis so the fix for that is a different rear end assembly that is wider track ( possible ford , holden , mitsubisi, nissan
At a rough guess , that is what been done to the vehicle you have and that is why standard rims will not fit on the back
The real fix here is to get a good standard rear end for the rodeo and replace the one there
the advantage here is that you will only need the one spare tire
rough I know but will be best in the long run as you have a standard vehicle that is road worthy

1995 Isuzu Rodeo | Answered on Nov 27, 2017

there are 2 horns that have different frequencies so that you get a louder harmonious noise when you activate the horn
now you have blown the fuse or the relay is no longer working
make sure that you have fitted the ground wire correctly

1995 Isuzu Rodeo | Answered on Aug 23, 2017

wp_20150427_18_33_35_pro_zpsw60dn6xc-lkwhkfwj330knc5ai5uhyzz2-4-0.jpg you need to remove the nut allway then screw back on and hit the to or the coupling area, this will release the shaft so you don't get hit by the rod. do this on both ends, when removed measure the length of the rod, if its the same make as the one replacing count the treds and put the new one to the same length, this will keep your tracking in line as much as possible, then tighten the nuts. and fit. push the shaft into the original hole and tighten down with the nut, its always best to do both times when they are replaced, as they would both take the impact and the impact of the road. should only take a novice a couple of hours to do both sides, if steering out i would recommend getting the tracking done as the accident could of move other parts out of alignment.

1995 Isuzu Rodeo | Answered on Jul 15, 2017

It sounds to me as you have a leaking clutch cylinder? Have you checked under the bonnet to see where the leak has come from? If you find it too difficult above the vehicle, then make sure that you are safe getting under the vehicle to check where the leak is coming from. Your description points to clutch issue if it will not go into gear OR POSSIBLY linkage issue, so make sure that there are no fluid cylinders other than the master cylinder with leaks. It may be you do not have to replace the cylinder, but purchase a kit of seals to do the job. You then detach the faulty cylinder and check it's seals if you feel competent. Check the cylinder is not pitted inside as this would allow fluid to bypass the seal. Once this cylinder is repaired or replaced you will need to top it up with CLUTCH AND BRAKE fluid. UNLESS your model has specific manufacturers instructions as to what to use. Check with your local automotive store. If you can,
have the vehicle raised at the front if you are doing the work on stands or ramps. BE SAFE. If you get it done, then it will need fluid put back in and then someone will need to sit inside the vehicle and pump the clutch pedal until they feel resistance has increased. DO NOT over fill. Keep topping up as the level drops. I leave my own vehicle to stand to allow any air bubbles to rise to the top of the cylinder. Hope this helps.

1995 Isuzu Rodeo | Answered on Mar 29, 2017

no engine stated (size or cylinder counts)
nor if odometer works or not.

one engine has cable head other not.
if odometer is dead on one engine, its VSS dead
if od0meter is dead on other , the cable is bad.

the odometer is that counter deal on the cluster bottom tells how many miles car has moved.
it rolls, 1/10s as you drive, it the counter is dead
that means the odometer is dead. too.

1995 Isuzu Rodeo | Answered on Dec 31, 2016

a USA CAR,"??????
be like 50 pages in the book, we can post that
buy a book.?
log in to mitchells, diy (google it) and read. like us.

the wiki shows. (there are not just one jj1,)
The 4JJ1-TC is a DOHC 16 V 3.0 L common rail direct injection engine with turbo and intercooler which replaced the 4JH1 in the Holden Rodeo and later Chevrolet & Holden Colorado produced in Thailand. Stock power was 146 hp (107 kW) and 294 N·m with a 17.5:1 compression ratio. Bore x stroke is 95.4 mm x 104.9 mm.

you really have
USA rodeo?
with this DIESEL?

you posted to the:

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1995 Isuzu Rodeo | Answered on Nov 21, 2016

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