How do you fix the speedometer light on a 1997 Isuzu Rodeo?
There a few bulbs behind the instrument cluster. You have to take out about 7 screws around the black bezel to free the cluster. You may have to unplug a couple of wires to get room to access the bulbs. My question is, which fuse powers the cluster lights? All mine went out at the same time, and there is no power at the dimmer switch (lower left of dash, by the hood release). All the fuses are OK, but one fuse socket, a 10 amp on the upper left of the fuse panel, has no power. It is identified as "Diode" on the fuse map. Any ideas?
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What is wrong if the radio and dome lights went out in your 1997 Isuzu rodeo simultenously could it be a fuse and if so where is it located?
How do you disarm the driver side airbag on a 1997 Isuzu Rodeo and how to replace the instrument panel light bulbs?
I have a 1997 Isuzu Rodeo I just had a new battery installed in my car and alternator and belts. The car will run for about a half of a day but then it will not start again. What could be wrong?
Rodeo Rear ABS I know for a fact that the 1996 and 1997 Rodeos are the same. So here is what I know about the Rer ABS light and Break light that come on at the same time on the instrument cluster. The rear differential has the ABS sensor on top. If you follow the wire, it connects to a faulty plug that sometimes fails to keep the connection 100%. If you cut the wires…
I own a 1997 Isuzu Rodeo and had the same problem. I went to a local Isuzu new-car dealer and was quoted a price in excess of $100 to replace the burned-out dashboard lights. I was told that the cost is high because the top of the dashboard has to be removed in order to obtain access to the lights. I did not have the lights replaced. carlpers
This can be done entirely from the outside of the truck. You will need a Phillips head screw driver to remove the taillight assembly from the truck. After you take that off, the bulb needs to be pushed in first, then turned to be able to get it out. You cannot just pull it out. Insert the new one by pushing it in and turning it to secure it.