if it is a 4wd you need to remove the engine from the vehicle
In all honesty, the best way to convert from 2wd to 4wd is to sell the 2wd and buy a 4wd. You will spend more to do a conversion than the Amigo is worth.
I don't know you tell me?
Hi, How Do You Replace a Starter on a 1995 Isuzu Rodeo, V6, 3.2 liter engine? Does anyone know where the starter is? Help. How Do You Replace a Starter on a 1995 Isuzu Rodeo, automatic, 4wd, V6, 3.2 liter engine? Does anyone know where the starter is? Thanks alot.
I have a '98 4wd V6 Rodeo and average 17 mpg.
You don't. You sell the 4wd to a person who wants it and buy something else!!!
No you can not.
Yes as long as they are both 2wd or 4wd
There is a button on the dashboard saying 4WD just push that and your away
there should be a button on your left of the steering wheel and if not, it doesn't have 4 wheel drive
Fan clutch is mounted to the fan, on the front of the motor. You will need a special tool or a BIG wrench to fit the large nut behind it. Lock the fan in place somehow, and turn the large nut clockwise(the rule:lefty loosy, right tighty, doesn't apply here) to remove the clutch/fan assembly. Once of replace clutch and re-install in reverse order of things.
i have a v6 4wd 94 and the fuel tank is 21.5 gallons.
Easiest thing for me is to remove the transmission first. Then you can get to the pressure plate and the clutch. Its a simple matter of a few bolts coming off. Remove the plate and then install a new clutch and pressure plate. I would highly suggest you replace the alignment bearing and the throw out bearing at the same time. An alignment tool comes with most new kits for the plate. Us this to line up the splines into the clutch plate and bearing.
The right answer is no,never try to tow a Isuzu vehicross because of it's all time 4WD SUV,flat bed is the right method to two your VX
Put it in neutral then shift the 4WD lever in the position you want ie 4wd high range or 4wd low range, then you may have to hop out and engage the hubs at the front wheels. (follow the markings on the front of the hubs) Only use 4wd on loose surface never on bitumen, so don't forget to disengage the hubs.
It is the Achilles heel of the pwr train system imho
The 4 WD button is located to the left of the instrument cluster, next to the Cruise control button.
Not if you intend to keep it as a 4WD vehicle. The 2WD transmission isn't designed to mount a transfer case to it, and will have a different output - intended to go directly to the driveshaft - than the 4WD transmission.
it should tell u on the driver side sun visor! ..I own a 1999 Isuzu trooper...in order to put it into 4wd! stop vehicle, shift transmission lever to neutral and then shift your transfer lever to 4L and then shift your transmission lever to D. (for normal 2wd your lever should be on HIGH) and to go back from 4wd to 2wd do the the same! stop vehicle put it into neutral and shift your transfer from your 4L position to HIGH. NEVER DRIVE 4WD ON PAVEMENT.
The estimated cost to replace a clutch and radiator, in a 1989 Nissan pickup truck is $1100. A private mechanic may be able to do the job for less.
no Unless it came with 4WD from the factory you are much, much, better off selling this SUV and buying another one with 4WD. You will be money and time ahead.
As far as I know nothing will happen . To shift into 4WD LOW you have to be at a complete stop , foot on the brake pedal , transmission shifted into neutral ( or clutch pedal depressed ) and then select 4WD LOW
The clutch replacement labor time is 6.7 hours. Expect another hour if the flywheel needs to be turned or replaced. It is quite an extensive job because the transmission has to be removed.
Trouble code P0744 means:Torque converter clutch circuit intermittent