yes new ones 2011-2014 has a DPF Diesel Particulate Filter and a Catalytical converter
A flashing check engine light means that you have a problem with your engine that may cause harm to the catalytic converter.
dont do it. on my 2001 it sounds obnoxious and it will not run right due to isuzu's over-engineering on these vehicles.
Could be as simple as a dirty, plugged up fuel filter or as bad as a damaged catalytic converter. If there is a check engine light illuminated, start with having the codes scanned.
Look under the Trooper and count them.
Don't know about cat conv, but my EGR Valve just failed, I'm told a common problem on 3.5L 'Honda' engines; my light will be on until I can afford to replace the valve.
I'm not a mechanic, but I'm pretty sure you have one O2 sensor just before the catalytic converter and one after. The first checks the function of, and regulates, your fuel control unit, and the second checks the efficiency of your catalytic converter. My #1 O2 sensor is screwed into the exhaust pipe about a foot or two before the converter and kind of looks like a spark plug. On a 2003 Isuzu the O2 sensor is on the driver side of the engine compartment about a foot down from where the exhaust pipe comes out of the header. Just follow the exhaust pipe out of the engine and you will see it. It looks like a spark plug sticking out. It's pretty easy to disconnect the wires, unscrew it and replace it. You will need a 7/8" open end wrench to unscrew it. Good luck. * 1999 Oldsmobile Aurora's actually have 4 O2 sensors, 1 on each header and 1 before, and 1 after the catalytic converter...
The fuel filter is located near the right rear wheel bolted to the chasis.
Starter is on passenger side of motor underneath intake bolted to trans bellhousing.
I own A 1995 Isuzu Trooper 8 cyl. I have been having the same problem and with much research and what-not i have found out the Oxygen sensor needs to be replaced, as well, because i have waited so long to replace it, the Catalytic converter now needs to be replaced. I hope that your car has not gotten to this point because the cost to replace the catalytic converter is $700+. the cost to replace the O2 sensor is $270+. The cost to replace the sensor yourself is 40 dollars and the cost of the converter itself is 80 dollars. I know the sensor is fairly easy to replace but i have no idea about the converter. I hope that helps.
Go outside and look under the vehicle and count them.
It has four (4). Two located before the catalytic converter and two after it. Edit: This depends if you have an OBD-I model or OBD_II model. Since all cars after mid '96 are OBD-II then if you have a V4, yes it has four (4). But if you have a V6 engine it only has three (3): a preconverter sensor in each exhaust manifold and a post-converter sensor.
Starter is on the left hand side (if standing in front of car) under the carburettor next to the engine block bolted on the gearbox
in my 1997 npr you take the glove bow out and its to the left bolted to a piece of the dash frame.. hope this helped you
The thermostat in a 2001 Isuzu Rodeo V6 LS is located on the driver's side of the motor. It is the lowest part that can be seen bolted to the motor on that side. The location is below the EFI, or Electronic Fuel Injector (carburetor).
mine is in the rt. rear wheel well in front of the fuel tank in a plastic bracket bolted to the frame...
Trouble code P0703 means:Torque converter/brake switch B circuit malfunction
If the Trooper has the 3.5L v6, there are 4 SO2 sensors. There are two banks right and left, or bank 1 and bank 2 respectively. Then there is a sensor upstream from the catalytic converter on each bank (sensor 1) , and one down stream (sensor 2).Hope this helps/
Egr valve Isuzu part number(8-17096-178-3 MSRP $197.69) is located on the right side (sitting in vehicle)on top of the intake manifold towards the fire wall. It is bolted on by two flanged bolts.
I have replaced numerous parts the cap and rotor,fuel pump, O2 sensor and the caalytic converter but it still does not accelerate.
Isuzu NPR is bigger then Isuzu NKR, they are more expensive.
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Isuzu Rodeo, Possibly Isuzu Trooper, and The Isuzu Amigo
I had this problem a few times. First fix was a piece of ply wood on the engine side of the wall with the cable through a hole in the ply. Second was 1/4" thick aluminum about 2" wide with about a 1" hole for the collar piece on the firewall, (engine side) It lasted maybe 8 years, but the fire wall cracked in too many places and finally failed completely. Last year I got two pieces of 1/16" steel and shaped them to sandwich the firewall. The driver side piece had an angle welded to the right side. This welded to the rib on the right side of the clutch cable hole after the plates were bolted with the existing bolts. The engine side had a strip welded on the top edge (to form an angle) that was welded to the "gutter" rib that runs across the upper part of the firewall. Once completed, I could shift again without grinding those expensive gears. It's worked like new ever since.