I just bought a 99' Rodeo two days ago, (102,000 miles on it), and it idles rough, stalls, etc. Today I added fuel injection cleaner to the fuel, I figured it couldn't hurt to try. When I got home, I popped the hood and with some luck and not very good ears, found the problem. On the back side if the intake manifold is a vacuum line that is routed along the rear/driver side of the engine. That vacuum line runs to a little diaphragm canister connected to the main pressurized fuel line that supplies the fuel injectors. The manifold end of the vacuum line was disconnected. I pushed it back on and the rodeo died. I then removed the vacuum line from the diaphragm end to find that a small, spitting stream of gasoline was being shot out of the little diaphragm canister. Apparently the diaphragm has a pin-hole leak and is sucking it direcly into the manifold and loosing some vacuum pressure in the process. I can only imagine that the engineers have constructed the diaphragm canister and injector supply line as one complete unit surely making it mighty expensive. Hope this can help. ~OUTLAW~Answeri had same problem too, at first it worked fine with cleaning egr valve but after couple of months it's doing the same thing and cleaned the egr valve again....but this time, it didn't work, it stalls/try to stall at stop lights..most embarassing is in traffic. i don't have any CEL on for this one, so i don't exactly know what's the culprit but I'm executing one diagnose at time. I'll post the answer if i find the culprit. but for now try cleaning egr valve and egr exhaust pipe. here is detail link to egr valve http://www.icess.ucsb.edu/~greg/rodeo/egr.htm
'98 Isuzu Rodeo
Engine-ground-terminal harness could break and cause engine to stall.
Models: 793 vehicles.
What to do: Have dealer replace harness.
P.S The harness is usally grey and next to the battery on the fender wall check for proper continuity!!!! WORKED FOR ME
unstable idling and battery indicator lights on.
Your voltage regulator is shot. It is integrated in your alternator. You need to replace the alternator.
It means the engine has stalled and the key is on.
Sounds like your alternator is going bad. The extra juiced used when breaking robs power from the other lights. Pulsing when idling sounds like the voltage regulator which is built into the alternator. Have it replaced.
if that's the case then you battery might be dead take it down or get if you have a battery charger use that to get it going it usually takes about 18-24 hours to charge up a car battery. Type your answer here... If your car stalled when you turned on the lights, it could be that a fuse was blown.
I would first consider that the car stalled BEFORE the lights came on. You might have a bad ignition switch or loose connection at the battery.
'Footlights' are also called 'Klieg lights'.
check the wiring connections at the battery and the starter. Both places can give starting problems. The dash lights could be a separate problem. Check the fuses for the lights.
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One, the other lights are for ignition ,ecu etc
An isolation switch
I know that on my 1998 Silverado, if I but the parking brake on, the fulltime headlites turn off while I'm sitting and idling.
Could be an exhaust leak close to the engine or a bad catalytic converter. It also could be a bad mass airflow sensor.
Not sure what occasion you are referring to, but the colors blue and white are the colors on the national flag of Israel. That could be the connection. Or maybe it's because all the green and red lights were bought out by Christians lol.
why is my ford sport trac run rough at idling. Being that the check engine light is on, start with having the codes read. Your local auto parts store can help with that at no cost.
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starts slow, lights dim on starting.
A loose or corroded ground wire will cause the fuse to blow. Check the ground wires on your brake lights.
The most common cause for an engine to die out, while idling, is the idle speed is set to low. You can adjust the idle speed with the fuel injector vital screw.