If overheating occurred there may be a problem with oil pressure.
The oil pump is driven by the timing belt so check for proper adjustment.
It is also possible that the disintegrating belt damaged the wiring to the oil pressure sending unit so go over the wiring harness to be sure.
Shortly before losing my engine completely I had the same problem and it seemed that it all started from an overheating incident. Verify that you have good oil pressure before putting miles on the engine, whenever that light comes on there is inadequite pressure and the cause may be internal.
How do you put on a serpentine belt on a 2002 Isuzu axiom
The Isuzu Trooper has a diagram for how to route the serpentine belt under the hood. The diagram is located on top of the fan shroud on the left side of the hood locking latch.
The serpentine belt pattern for a 1998 3.5L Isuzu Trooper can be obtained from the car manufacturer upon inquiry. Isuzu is responsible for this information.
how do you change the serpentine belt on a 2001 Rodeo
On Google images, search "diagram of pulley system for 1998 Isuzu trooper"
No, the one for a vehicle "with AC" is longer because of the extra pulley (compressor) the belt has to travel around.
its easier to put the pulley on first, then thread the belt up to the pulley then use a wrench to pull against the spring on the pulley, then slide the belt in. using a 15mm wrench on the bolt or an Allen will give you all the leverage you need for an easy install
When changing the serpentine belt it is important to have a diagram. The diagram of the serpentine belt of a 2001 Isuzu Rodeo 6-cylinder can be found in its manual or a print out can be obtained at an auto part store.
We think so.
Look for a sticker by the radiatior, or under the hood.
under the hood, the owners manual, a chiltons or haynes manual or at autozone.com A 2001 Honda passport is the same thing is an 2001 Isuzu rodeo. Isuzu made them and Honda bought and resold them under their own name. yes go to autozone if possible. if not maybe they can email you the diagram. They will also loan you the breaker bar. it makes it easier but you don't need one. it is simply a wrench or socket attached to a 2 or 3 foot handle for leverage. I think i used a 14mm wrench You need as much leverage as possible because it is very hard to push the tensioner pulley down.the tensioner pulley is right above the alternator pulley just left of center of the front of the engine. Route the serpentine belt everywhere except for maybe the idler pulley (a small pulley on top which doesnt run anything) and push DOWN or clockwise on the tensioner pulley. you do this by putting a socket or wrench on the bolt in the center of the tensioner pulley and push down or clockwise. this will give you the slack you need to slip the belt over the last pulley. Just make sure that the serpentine belt is in all the tracks fully. Anyone can do this!
What about this tensioner? How do you remove it, or how do you releave the tension so you can replace the belt?
pretty easily. 1st draw a picture of how the old one goes on. Next find the spring loaded tension pulley and put a big wrench on it and lean. Your weight will compress to spring and the tension will come off the belt. It helps to have a second pair of hands. When the tension is off have the second pair of hands remove the old belt. weave the new belt through the pulleys and compress the tension pulley and your done.
Check the serpentine belt. If it's loose it will make a terrible noise.
Requires two person team. Step One: Look at serpentine belt diagram on front of engine. Arrow points to idler tension pulley. (Front Left side of engine) Loosen this 15mm bolt. Step Two: Loosen Idler pulley bolt - 15mm. Step Three: One person push down on idler tension pulley with tire removal tool or cheater bar on front left of engine while second person lifts belt off alternator. Step Four: Remove Idler pulley and replace with new one. Tighten bolt to idler pulley Step Five: One person push down on idler tension pulley with while the other fits belt on alternator and around idler pulley. Step Six: Make sure belt fits as noted on belt diagram and Tighten bolt on idler tension pulley (front left side of engine). Approximate time: 10 minutes
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The timing marks on your Isuzu 4hf1 engine can be set by looking at the timing marks on the timing belt pulley. The timing belt marks are facing towards the front of the automobile.
alternate source for informationi do not know how to do it myself. but for almost anything related to an Isuzu vehicross look on the website www.vehicross.info there are hundreds of vehicross owners who have seen/done just about anything you can think of
Jammed blend door or blockage in the ducts if you mean to say air isn't blowing through at all.
Isuzu rodeo 3.2 V6 LS.
If you are wanting to eliminate something like the ac compressor you will need to order the proper belt for a vehicle without that option.
Not unless the bearing in that pulley is noisy or rough when you spin it.
I replaced the engine idler pulley that I bought from Autozone for about $17 and eliminated the noise. I initially thought the bearings on my alternator were going out but when I replaced the pulley all the whining noise disappeared. Good Luck!
Its in the engine compartment ( but sometimes not ), the owners manual, in the haynes or chiltons manual, or online at autozone.com