There are 4 screws to remove 2 in the side that are difficult to see 2 in the bottom that are very difficult to see behind the plate
There were only 3 screws to remove on my 2001 Isuzu Rodeo. The 2 on the side of the tail light and 1 on the bottom just above the rear bumper. After removing all 3 screws you have to pull the entire tail light straight out towards you. This may take some force because there's a plastic pin located at the top of the tail light to help hold it in place. Once you have the entire light out, turn the bracket counter clockwise as stated above. Gently push in the old bulb and turn it to unlock it from the socket then just put the new bulb in. Make sure that all lighting wires are tucked into the back of the light and then line up the plastic pins when you are snapping it back onto the vehicle. Put the 3 screws back in and you are good to go. :)
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The check engine light for the 2001 Isuzu Rodeo often comes on because of a sensor that is damaged or malfunctioning. The most common sensor is an oxygen sensor and when reset, this often allows the light to be reset.
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Yes, but you don't want the 2001 engine, it has more issues than the 1999 engine.
If the rear wiper on a 2001 Isuzu Rodeo will not turn off it could mean that the rear wiper switch is broken. The cost to replace the switch averages around $200 if done by a professional mechanic.
how do you change the serpentine belt on a 2001 Rodeo
I had same problem with my 2001 Isuzu rodeo sport with 53K miles.......and just put a new battery in and presto, no more abs light.....I think if your battery is weak (does the car have any problems starting and is electrical good?), it will trigger the abs light.....it did on mine.
by changing the time