I can say that I had this issue as well. I found that the spark plugs were actually mounted directly to the engine. There are no wires to pass the charge, and the spark ignites dircectly under the plugs that are coiled up and very carefully put in place. I decided against trying to change them myself after I spent hours trying to simply get one off without destroying vital parts. I would suggest letting someone who could take liability for any problems change those for you.
Hope that helps...unfortunately they dont make these cars very easy for us to work on, do they?!
Take old spark plugs out put new spark plugs in
Take it to a mechanic!
It is important for the car owner to know the location of all the car parts. The spark plugs of a 2004 Isuzu Rodeo are located on each side the of engine.
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.
Have you checked that the coil packs are all plugged in? Replace your spark plugs? Heck I would replace the plugs just to rule them out as the fault. I would need a little more information to answer this fully.
They are under the black squares that you see when you pop your hood
your bst bet is to get to them through the front wheel wells.
on the sides of the block are 2 square caps with phillps screws those are your spark plugs
Have it checked for codes with a scan tool.
The spark plugs are under the plastic strip that runs up the middle of the valve cover.
Some causes for a 1999 Isuzu Rodeo to stop running include a lack of fuel, a bad battery, or defective spark plugs. There can also be a combination of issues which would need to be diagnosed by a mechanic.
Plugs are on either rocker cover....there are 3 ign coils on each rocker cover that need to be removed then remove the plugs You will need a 5/8 spark plug socket as well as a long extension to replace them 8mm socket holds the individual coils on
if engine has 4 plugs buy 4 if engine has 6 plugs buy six
change the plugs at 60,000 miles.
There are three plugs on the right side of the engine. You have to take the exhaust manifold out to see them. Im not sure if there are any more.
im sorry i don't kno the gap for the plugs but do you kno the size of the spark plug socket i need and how hard is it really to change these. i have a 95 Isuzu rodeo v6 3.2 please any help would be great hit me up at omenz33@ yahoo.com
Each cylinder has a coil...black thing in the rocker cover Remove the coil and the plug is underneath. Be sure to use OE plugs as aftermarket will cause codes due to differnent resistance type plugs
It probably needs a tune up. The two main problems that cause this are that either the spark plugs are fouled and need to be replaced, or the bearings in the A/C compressor need to be replaced. Obviously the spark plug option is the least expensive. Isuzu recommends that you use Nippondenso plugs but I've found that Bosch platinum plugs work great.
Fuel injector?, wire? manifold leak?
With great difficulty is the short answer, involves lots of dismantling and then are normally seized in situ look on Isuzu Owners Club web site for details.
It could be from the wrong grade of fuel if it does it when it's under load, timing off,wrong plugs, or carbon buildup.
There are 3 on each side of the engine. Once you take off the metal covers there will be a black rubber sleeve you will need to remove and they are down in there.
there is 2 plugs on the bottom pan of the trans. With the engine running pull the plug that is higher up. Fluid should just trickle out.
i dont get it?
IFF YOU MEAN THE PLUGS FOR THE ECU TO CHECK YOUR CODE IT IS LOCATED NEAR THE HOOD OPENRE ON TEH BOTTOM BEHIND THE TRIM