How do you replace the brake light - tail light bulb in a 1989-2002 Isuzu Rodeo or Honda Passport?
there is a screw located between the bumper and the vehicle you must use a long Phillips to get to it, most likely the plug is loose that is the problem I had.
There are actually 3 screws you need to loosen on a 1999 Isuzu Rodeo. At least there are on the LSE model. One of them is located between the bumper the tail light, and as stated before you will need a long Phillips head screwdriver to remove the screw. The other two are located along the side of the taillight inside the little black things that look like air vents. Once you remove all of the screws, slide the taillight straight back. Try not to shake it out of place or a small black plastic rod will break. If the plastic rod does break it will not harm the vehicle or affect the operation of the taillight. Then remove the corresponding bulb by turning the bracket counter clockwise and pulling the bulb out. The correct bulb number for a 1999 Isuzu Rodeo LSE is 1157.
On the 1989-1997 models all is the same except you need to remove the screws from the backside of the unit to remove the lens and the bulbs are pushed in and turned counter clockwise to remove.
after the 2002 Honda passport which was manufactured by Isuzu was discontinued, Honda launched its first SUV that was actually manufactured by Honda and called it the pilot. the pilot suspension and chassis was based on the accord giving the SUV a smooth and car like ride oppose to the passport which was mounted on a Isuzu truck chassis.
What causes an obd2 codes p0401 and p0300 on a 2001 Honda Passport if you already clean up the egr valve and passage how you can fix it?
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…
There is no dipstick for the transmission, Honda/Isuzu calls it "lifetime fluid". They really don't even specify a fluid change for the life of the vehicle. You might want to call Honda and see if they have changed the recommended fluid change or check intervals. When I worked at a Honda dealer, there was no certain time or mileage specified. Neat huh? That's what happens when Isuzu gets into the mix......
1989-2002 Isuzu Rodeo and/or Honda Passport brake light bulb lamp replacement procedure: Purchase the correct replacement brake light bulb(s) first, before disassembling the vehicle. See sources and related links below for replacement brake light bulb information. Then consult your owner's manual for the replacement procedure. As simple as it sounds, the owner's manual is the best place to start for brake light bulb lamp replacement instructions and illustrations. You may want to consider replacing both…
If you are haveing trouble setting time on the 3.2 v6 it is because this engine is set on the number two cylender, NOT number one top dead center (as most vehicles are set), Look up at your local Honda or Isuzu dealership and get the Timing Procedure from them. I say Honda Dealership because the Honda pass port uses an Isuzu 3.2 engine.
Not only that, but there are hardly any performance parts either. I believe these things are manufactured for very popular/common vehicles. Also domestic vehicles have more after market products as well. All you can hope for is finding a universal part or custom work. identical you can look for parts for the Honda passport they are purchased right off the Isuzu assembly line and are identical
If the noise is coming from where the water pump is, it is a good chance the it is actually the timing belt tensioner. These things are notorious for making awful noises when they are beginning to go out and will get worse and worse. The same engines are in an Isuzu Rodeo with the exact same problem.