I just did this a few weeks ago. First you have to take out all the screws holding the light fixture in. I suggest leaving the top screws in for last. The whole light assembly will come out when you do this. When you have the assmbly out, look for a couple of red plastic (lense) tabs on one side, and a couple of small screws on the other side of the assembly. Remove the small screws and then gently press on the tabs to release the lense. In most cases there is a foam gasket that makes the lense stick to the assmbley housing so you may need a little help getting the lense off. (I broke off one of the tabs by accident and used super glue to reattach it.) There is also a clear relector plate inside the lense that will probably fall out. It just slides into place so don't worry if it falls out. Once you have the lense off you can see the bulb in the assembly housing. Just push down and twist counter clock wise on the bulb and it should come out. Put in your new build and replace everything in revese order. \
The EGR valve on a 95 Isuzu Rodeo is located on the back top of the engine. It resembles a cylinder.
the sensor is in the back of the rear differintial u need to check the wires running back by the right rear tire for breaks as this problem was apparent on my own 1993 rodeo other than that the sensor unplugs from the harness and is very easy to remove and replace
open the hood unplug the bulb from the back of the light assembly and un do the metal clip, pull bulb out of replace with a new one and reinstall
If its the bulb you have to unscrew the light cover and pull out the old bulb and put the new one in.Then screw the cover back on.
lol! On my 1997 Rodeo (v6, 3.2l) it is in the back -- the manifold must be removed to access it. lol! On my 1997 Rodeo (v6, 3.2l) it is in the back -- the manifold must be removed to access it.
It is on the oil pan towards the back.
Please show picture of how to put on belt
The AC low pressure valve on a 1996 Isuzu Rodeo is located in the back of the engine compartment. The valve is on the larger of the two hoses that run from the evaporator to the compressor.
on the passenger side of the engine about midway back
The bar that goes over them just pops off. Be sure to remove the back cargo light, first though. After you have snapped the bar off, you will see the speaker (4"). Just unscrew them with a regular size Phillips and do your replacement, then snap the body panel back on and put the cargo light back where it does. Voila! It took me about 30 minutes to replace both of my back speakers in my 99 rodeo last week.
It is really easy. First take off the tailgate and the glass lift hatch. Then you are done.
First pull the wiring connector from the back of the headlamp assembly. Then remove the gasket around the back of the headlamp out using the two pull tabs on the top and bottom. After that, you have to push down a thin metal clip to unhook the lamp. Once unhooked just replace the lamp and reassemble!
It doesn't fold faward, you have to remove the bottom and undo a couple of bolts
You can find it about midways back under the vehicle, middle left hand side.
The egr valve is on the passenger side of the motor. It is a round canister at the back almost at the firewall.
It is located under intake manifold towards the back. It is above the starter.
Disconnect the battery, remove the spark plug cable and covers, and remove the old spark plugs. Put in the new plugs, put back the covers and cables, and reconnect the battery.
Mine has rear mount speakers in the back but off of the cargo area attached to the sides, just to the back sides of the back seat. It works and sounds perfectly.
pull the battery terminals for like 5 min then out them back on start the car up should work
It is on the oil pan towards the back at the bottom ( the lowest point of the oil pan)
It is on the left side of the engine above the exhaust pipe and not easy to get to. I suggest taking it to a garage/
1 2 3 4 5 6 cylinders are front to back and left to right 1,3,5, and 2,4,6.
If it won't come out try pushing up lighlty on the shitfer ( towards radio) or to the side towards drivers seat. You should here a click and the key will turn back If this enables you to get the key out you will need to replace the shifter.
loosen the 7/8 main nut on the tensioner then back off the adjuster 12mm till there is enough slack to remove the belt
There is no dip stick. There is a small sight glass about the size of a quarter or so, on the back side of the transmission housing......up towards the top