Question about 1993 Isuzu Rodeo
SOURCE: 1993 Isuzu Rodeo engine tick
The stalling cound be your idle control; on the throttle body. The ticking noise is either from the timing belt hydralic tensioner or a valve lifter. If you hear the ticking in the front of the engine on the 3.2 v-6 it is most likely the tensioner. As for changing the timing belt it is a very involved process ( I've done it many times ). Everything on the front of the engine comes off including the engine balancer on the crankshaft.
The idler pully and belt tensioner are located at the bottom of the engine near the crank on the passenger side of block. Now there are two cams, water pump ( Change that also when you are down there ), crank pully to run the belt over. There are timing marks on the cover plate behind the cam pullies and one on the crank a notch that lines up on the oil pump cover. REMEMBER THIS DO NOT MOVE THE CAMS AND CRANKSHAFT WHEN YOU HAVE THEM LINED UP. If you are not sure get the manual and get a good friend who is a good mechanic. This it an advanced repair job; you mess up the timing and you will bend valves at the minimum..
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
all windows controlled from the drivers door...if you have someone in the family with BIG fists have them stand beside the drivers door panel and putting the **** against the door, SLAM their fist into the door panel right under the switches. Take a can of WD-40 and spray ALOT directly around the switches in the door using the little red hose WD40 gives you. GM's are known for carbon-tracking their door mechanisms...build up over the years...sometime banging the door knocks the buildup loose allowing the circuit to work.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
SOURCE: 1993 Isuzu Rodeo
Have a look under the front of the transmission column/dash near the pedals. theyre usually there, tucked behind the trim. Not attached to anything, just on the end of wires. And you usually need a Tech-II diagnostics machine for any Isuzu kit, as even the likes of Snap-on won't read it.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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On Rodeo, Amigo, and Pickup (except 1993-95 models W/3.2L engine), connect the single wire diagnostic leads located behind the left hand kick panel together. On 1993-95 Rodeo models W/3.2 engine, the data link is located under the left hand side of the instrument panel. On all models, turn the ignition switch to the On position. At this point, the "Check Engine" light should flash. codes
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