I would find the accelerator cable that goes to the throttle body and look for an abnoramility. Try moving the piece that the cable is attached to by rotating it and watching what it is doing and if somthing is obstructing it from returning. Do this with the moror off. One common problem is a piece of carpet or floor mat jammed into the accelerator pedal, and another is a carbon build up in the throttle body. I'll address the latter. Access the thrttle body bore and manually move the throttle plate-again with the engine off. You'll probably find a ring of carbon underneath it on the bore and on the back of the plate. I recommend this is cleaned every 18,000 miles or so as well as cleaning the intake valves. I like to use a bottle brush and a good intake cleaner for the bore and Hydro-blast by castle or "sea-foam" for the intake valves. This is especially important on the Jeep 4.0 motors.
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Yes , according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) The 3.2 litre V6 engine in a 1994 Isuzu Rodeo ( is an interference engine )
It's located on the inside of the fuse door panel.
Look at the lower rear end of the engine
it uses R12 but it should be converted to R134
i have a v6 4wd 94 and the fuel tank is 21.5 gallons.
Yes they should be the same
I have a 1994 Rodeo, 4WD,5spd,V6 3.2 I just changed my oil in July, 2007. The oil pan is directly UNDER the engine! Good luck!
you have lost your oil cap
ive had mine down to 8litres / 100 kms i dont know the conversoin
Should be 4 bolts (one in each corner) Should be 4 bolts (one in each corner)
This has a r134 system after 1993 was made standand industry wide to quiet the epa issue with r12
It is either the fuse or relay. also check the heater/ ac control switch.
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i can tell you that a rodeo should be the same and that at least in the 97 passport the transmission is GM the transmissions should all be the 4l30e it might bolt up.
Timing belt ( for both the 2.6 L - 4 cylinder and the 3.2 L - V6 engines in a 1994 Isuzu Rodeo , also both are interference engines ) according to Gates , they make timing belts etc.
According to rockauto: HONDA PASSPORT EX (1994 - 2002) HONDA PASSPORT LX (1994 - 2002) ISUZU AMIGO (1998 - 2000) ISUZU AXIOM (2002 - 2004) ISUZU RODEO (1993 - 2004) ISUZU RODEO SPORT (2001 - 2003) ISUZU TROOPER (1998 - 2002) ISUZU TROOPER LS (1992 - 1997) ISUZU TROOPER LTD 1997 ISUZU TROOPER RS (1993 - 1995) ISUZU TROOPER S (1992 - 1997) ISUZU TROOPER SE 1996 ISUZU VEHICROSS (1999 - 2001) TOYOTA T100 (1993 - 1998) TOYOTA T100 DLX 1995 TOYOTA T100 DLX EXC 1995 TOYOTA T100 ONE-TON 1993 TOYOTA T100 ONE-TON DLX 1995 TOYOTA T100 SR5 (1993 - 1997)
On a 2.6: 1-3-4-2 On a 3.2: 1-2-3-4-5-6
I presume it is the same with any other car, remove the wheel nuts and then change the tyre then re fasten the wheel nuts.
just take thing off that are in the way bash plate radiater hose air filter and undo the two bolts that hold it on
you can get anything to fit in anything its all about your resources and what you know you will have to change alot of stuff the computers and wiring and such
i dont get it?
Its underneath the rear passenger side in the frame rail. 10 mm socket or wrench and pliers for the clamps. Easy job. Good Luck!!!!
I own a 1994 Isuzu Trooper, the blower moter is located inside the truck under the glove box.
On mine, it's on the driver's side, just inside the front door, left side under the dash behind a plastic panel. The ECM is there as well and the TCM is just above it.