Well, you are supposed to be able to pull on two straps coming through the seat belt holes in the seat and the seat bottom fold forward into the floor. Then you just pull on one of the buttons on the top of the seat and then lay the seat back forward. Unfortunately, mine seems to be broken and the bottom straps don't seem to unlatch and allow the seat to tip forward. Big favor, if you get your to work and figure out that there is some lock mechanism that is stuck on mine, then let me know.
I also had this problem, what i had to do is, pull both buttons at the top of the back seat then while standing as best you can in front of both pull straps pull them at the same time. Its kinda odd, but you have to pull them with equal force at the same time then they will unlock and come down. the only way I've been able to do this is while standing in the vehicle.
If it is anything like my husbands vehicle you have to take the head rests off to lay it down flat
does it have a door ajar switch. if it does, may be stuck or faulty. there is no door jar switch
You can get a diagram for the driver door lock mechanism for a 2001 Isuzu Rodeo at various auto part stores. You can also check in the owner's manual.
under the driver's door to your right.
hammer and sledge
It's located on the inside of the fuse door panel.
Its in the headliner above the rear door. The cover on it pops right off.
If it is the same as a 1996 it will be top row second from the front in the fuse box by drivers door.
See www.isuzufaq.com entry 41. "How do I reprogram my keyless entry fob?" The first procedure (turn key 3x, close & open door 2x, turn key 5x, close & open door) worked for my 2002 Rodeo.
Look under the drives side door. It is a small canistor protected by a heat shield. It is about the size of a soup can.
Because the outside handle has lost it's connection with the locking mechanism.
Definitely sounds like an electrical problem. First check the fuse that controls the window circuit to be sure it isn't blown out. If it's okay, then the switch could be faulty or the wiring leading from the switch to the back window motor could be broken or shorted out somwhere between the drivers position and the back of the vehicle.
There is a plastic cover inside the rear door jamb along side the tailight assembly. This cover snaps off and back on but take care not to break it as it does take some effort to remove.
Open the drivers door and it's right there on the side of the dash. There's and box in the engine compartment also for most of the engine relays and fuses.
Check the servo in the door panel.
Jammed blend door or blockage in the ducts if you mean to say air isn't blowing through at all.
How do you remove the interior rear door panel on a 2004 isuzu ascender?
there is small swcrew covers that cover the screws across the bottom and inside the handle there is two screws that need to be removed then carefully pull up on the door and it should come off then unhook the door swithes and there u go
to remove the headliner, start with the windshield plastic covers on front sides, then door rubbers, then seat belt plastic covers, everything snaps in, unscrew the visors, pop out the interior light, unscrew, pry out two buttons in rear headliner, and it should be down, you must remove it through the back door...goodluck
Open the drivers side door,look at the end or side of dash where door meets. Try that Look under the dash where the other fuses are and you will see a little fuse block with a tiny red reset button. If the button is out, push it in to reset your window fuse. My windows have quit working twice and I had to do this, and then I haven't had the problem in months.
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.
The fuel filter is by the drivers side door just under the the body near the cross member supporting the transmission. The fuel filter is by the drivers side door just under the the body near the cross member supporting the transmission.
To open the trunk, for a 1993, next to the steering wheel there's a button that says tailgate open, push it. Then go to the back and where the spare is attached to there is a lever on your left that you have to flip towards you, flip it, and at the same time there's another lever right behind that spare you have to pull towards you. that releases the spare away from the door, the window should open and with the spare out of the way you can open the door.
I would assume it is made by Isuzu. Look on the door jamb at the placard. There will be listed the manufacture.
On my 1999 rodeo, when I hit the switch for the rear wiper, a clicking sound comes from the dash on the far right side under the right-most vent and next to the speaker in the door panel. That clicking noise is presumably the relay switching on and off, but God help you if you want to access it.