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I bet when the timing belt was replaced the mechanic has to swap a wire on the back of the instrument cluster in order to turn of the timing belt warning light. I have seen it before were they fit the wire to the wrong spot and this messes with the overdrive and it will not go into overdrive.

1997 Isuzu Oasis | Answered on May 12, 2017


well...check the engine! lol
But seriously, just take it to Autozone or Advance Auto, those places will all pull your OBDII codes for you and tell you what they're supposed to mean. 99% of the time it's some kind of emissions issue, bad sensor, etc.

1997 Isuzu Oasis | Answered on Mar 08, 2016


Check the oil level in the shift on the fly (sotf) part of the axle thats the left of the front one - it holds about 1 pint of gear oil and gets missed at service time .

1997 Isuzu Oasis | Answered on Apr 10, 2015


old post
the isuzu car in uSA, only has this port.
its a USA invention an began in 1996 (some cars 2 years early short list)
the OBD2 is in the cab. of car. near center of the steering wheel (by law in usa)
most cases its at drives knees, just under dash lip.
if someone didnt move it (my trick)
on my cars i have and extension cable there to passenger side so we can scan and log data.

in this case they hid it nice, behind glove box.
and is 16pin D-shell female conn. with 12vdc on pin 16 if power is missing on this pin, the scan tool will be INOP
see here.9eb97e6f-65a2-4f8d-9b2b-bdc90bdec27a.jpg

1997 Isuzu Oasis | Answered on Aug 09, 2014


check that the cam shaft is turning. (broken timing belt/chain) check immobiliser is operational. run fault codes and check for cam/crank position sensor fault.

1997 Isuzu Oasis | Answered on Mar 15, 2014


Universal Dot 3 but you can upgrade to dot 4.

1997 Isuzu Oasis | Answered on Mar 15, 2014


hello w2k... go to the link below enter your make, model, and location to get the best localized estimate of this repair

http://www.automd.com/repaircost/

Joe

1997 Isuzu Oasis | Answered on May 11, 2011


Before you start remove the ground cable from your battery. Remove the radiator shroud that covers the top of the radiator.Then there should be a connector that plugs into the cooling fans disconnect this plug.There are 2 or 4 bolts that hold the cooling fans in place.Remove the bolts and the cooling fans.Then you want to drain your cooling system.Once its drained remove the upper and lower radiator hoses and the overflow tube.Then you want to remove the transmission cooling lines on the left side of the radiator.Be sure to put a pan under it because it might leak a little fluid out of them.Now on the top of the radiator there are two brackets that hold the radiator in place.Remove these brackets and carefully remove the radiator.Alittle tip for you when you put the new radiator take the box it came in and cut pieces of cardboard to cover the fin area so that when you put the cooling fans in you don't damage the new radiator.Once there in then you can pull the cardboard out.Once you have it installed and everything is hooked back up fill it with anti freeze and check for leaks.

1997 Isuzu Oasis | Answered on Mar 07, 2011


every 90,000 khm / 50,000 miles

1997 Isuzu Oasis | Answered on Jan 23, 2011

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