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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.
A flashing check engine light means that you have a problem with your engine that may cause harm to the catalytic converter.
My check engine light has been on for one month but last night my check trans light flashed off and on about 3miles till I was home. Why and what do I need to do? I have a 2000 Isuzu rodeo.
The check trans light may light up in an Isuzu Rodeo, because there are problems with the transmission, The light will show up on the cars dashboard.
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Have it checked for codes with a scan tool.
The check engine light on a 1997 Isuzu Rodeo could mean a failure in the ignition system has been detected or one of the cylinders has misfired. Hooking an OBDII code reader to the vehicle can determine the exact cause.
Lots of problems could cause the light to come on. First off, check your fluid levels; second, take it to a mechanic.
It could mean a lot of things. First rule with check engine light is go to Auto Zone or Orielly's to get it checked. They will give you a print out of what the error code is.
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The oil light could be blinking in an Isuzu Rodeo because it is time to get the oil changed. This could also occur if the oil is low.
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The check engine light comes on and stays on when a problem is detected by the self diagnosis system of your vehicle. Generally, a check engine light is lit when there is a problem in the emissions or somthing that is affecting the effectiveness of the emissions.
You need a OBD2 sensor if the Isuzu is 1996 or above and OBD1 sensor if it under 1996. They typically cost between 50-100 dollars. You plug it into your OBD female end and check whats wrong with your codes and then trip your Check Engine Light. That's the only way. Or pay a shop $75 bucks to do it, and they'll tell you exactly whats wrong with it.
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possibly a transmission code from the ecm. i would have this checked soon. transmission damage possible.
could be a gasket that has finally gaveway and the smell of oil is the oil burning on the engine.
You'll need a ODBII code reader to reset the check engine. The connection is under the stearing colonm. First check the code, clear the problem and the reset the light.
My Trooper did the same thing and I replaced the fluid and filter and added a separate trans fluid cooler and that fixed the problem.
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