Question about 2002 Isuzu Rodeo
The problem is the seals and gaskets. The fluid leaking through the seals not allow the gears to shift. Check your fluid for metal shavings by wiping the dipstick on a white paper towel and look for gray if you see gray the gears r stripping and transmission needs to be replaced.
Posted on Mar 15, 2017
Well scanning it when it fails will help most times
you didnt so .....
nor if the TV cable is sticking, is it?
the TV is the passing gear cable.
and if stuck out, will delay all shifts
find another shop.
if you send all that cash and it still fails what then.
is the car worth $1500?
if not, park it and get another, and avoid Isuzu, they dont sell them here, now, no cars. why by a dead car company car.
buy a JEEP, win.
if the trans is bad, the car is worth, only its value as a dead car
what is that, $500 , if you can find a buyer,
so find a good car, before spindling 2k on this car.
econ 101 here, its only a car. not a pet.
Posted on Mar 15, 2017
SOURCE: 104,000 miles transmission issue
The trans in your vehicle is a 4L30E.The check,and fill plugs are in the pan.The fluid has to be checked after the vehicle is fully warmed up,engine running,in Park.The hard to shift into 2nd gear is kind of difficult to say,check the level,maybe have it scanned for trouble codes esp. if check engine is lit.Those particular transmissions have one weak area,and thats the Low gear,or first gear band and drum.That causes a symptom of slip and chatter on takeoff from a complete stop.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
SOURCE: Poor Shifting
Well, if it was low on fluid, and it was driven for a distance, you could of wrecked the interior gears of the tranni or other parts. I'm not a tranni guy but I know if you run a vechile with low tranni fluid you're asking for a new tranni or to have that one rebuilt.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
It is called a rear end. Your best bet is to find a good used one at a salvage lot. You should have good luck as all of the isuzu's were clunkers. Aamco will rape you!
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
if your close or over 100,000 miles, better to have the tranny rebuilt.
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Posted on Nov 07, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you for the info.! Thats what I thought would be best as well, that way its done & has a warranty of some kind. Again T.Y., Jeff Dooley"
This sounds like the syncros are going out but you may have a clutch on it's way out as well. This might also have a clutch resivoir under the hood like and near the brake fluid resivoir. Check the fluid level. If it was low you may need to bleed the clutch like brakes. That is hard for me to tell you how unless I am there. It is not at all difficult but ask around on here if it comes to that. I hope this helps, The Raz
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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