I own a 1998(automatic) 3.2L V6 4x4 Rodeo,and I follow the service manual which says to use DEXRON II auto transmission fluid.
will a 3.2L 2000 Isuzu Trooper engine fit a 3.2L Isuzu rodeo transmission
Could be low fluid,a bad sensor or transmission going bad.
The cam diagram for the Isuzu Rodeo 1998 2.2 can be located at Rock Auto and Isuzu.
well for one they do not have a dipstick there is a fill plug by the drain plug you will need a specail tool or take it to a mechanic
1998 ISUZU RODEO V6 whats the price and where is it made
A 1998 automatic transmission may not work very well on a 1999 Isuzu Rodeo. This is mainly due to the incompatibility of the two engine systems and some modifications may need to be made.Ê
what is the cam diagram for Isuzu rodeo 1998 2.2
Most power steering fluid is the same, only different brand names. Call your local Isuzu dealer if you are not sure.
On the bottom of the transmission there are two plugs, one on the very bottom and one a couple of inches up on passenger side. The bottom one is the drain and the other is the fill. You must pump the fluid in until it overflows. It is not fun so if you can afford it, have a shop do it.
My 1998 Rodeo transmission fluid is filled, by removing a filler nut on one side of the transmission (from below) .. with the other filler nut removed on the other side. When the fluid flows out, it is full. This is what a local service station told me. For a few years Rodeo's did not have a filler in the engine compartment.
I had the same questions, I contacted Izuzu and it is not servicable by you and I. It has to be checked by the service center by raising the vehicle and removing the bolts as in replacing the transmission fluid. This was on the 97-99's. They have gone back to dipsticks but unfortunately we are stuck with the service center. YES you can do it!! Be careful not to overfill but do as follows to check the fluid. As you don
The guy at the local transmission repair shop told me it sits on top of the engine control module. You have to remove the console to get to it.
I believe its a synthetic trans fluid it should tell you in your owners manual
Unfortunately you do it with difficulty. Isuzu maliciously decided not to have a transmission dipstick on the transmission so the average guy cannot check it easily. Per the book, the transmission must be warmed to a precise temperature and then an overflow plug on the transmission is taken out. Fluid is added until it starts to flow out of the overflow plug and then you know it is full. it obviously must be done from under the vehicle. I would not have bought mine had I known this.
On the transmission. I is hooked up to your shifter. Be careful replacing this part. It will strip out easy and be no good.
we have a 1998 rodeo and i could not find the dip stick for tranny then i went on-line and found out that these models have a sealed transmission therefore you can not check them for fluid level.
Directly Below the engine. It's North of the Transmission pan. The Tranny pan has an elevated area on the right side.
1992 - 2002 Isuzu Troopers have the GM 4L30E transmission. There is no dipstick. There is no fill tube. The only way to add fluid or check the fluid level of the transmission is through the fill plug in the transmission pan. The transmission fill plug is situated above the fluid level of the "sump" area of the pan. Add fluid by pumping it into the fill plug and let any excess drain out. You'll know it's topped off when the fluid stops pouring out.
Will a 1998 rodeo transmission fit in a 1999amigo stick?
there is not one