its on the drivers side kick panel
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The diagnostic port on a 1995 Isuzu Rodeo drive is located on the lower kick panel on the driver's side. It is just below the left spark plug.
It's located on the inside of the fuse door panel.
You have to remove the entire light assy. There are some screws that are hard to find but they are there. accessed from the outside 3 in all use a medium length Phillips screwdriver. GoodluckJoe
The engine is running hot for some reason. Check thermostat, radiator and coolant level.
seems to be in the same place for 2x2 or 4x4, drivers side under dash mounted above kick panel
Check the servo in the door panel.
Open the drivers door and it's right there on the side of the dash. There's and box in the engine compartment also for most of the engine relays and fuses.
in the 1996 it is rear cargo area on the driver side, there is a small hatch in the molded plastic on the sidewall that has a "dial" you turn to bring the panel out, it will be in there. it is a small scissor jack
How do you remove the interior rear door panel on a 2004 isuzu ascender?
The bar that goes over them just pops off. Be sure to remove the back cargo light, first though. After you have snapped the bar off, you will see the speaker (4"). Just unscrew them with a regular size Phillips and do your replacement, then snap the body panel back on and put the cargo light back where it does. Voila! It took me about 30 minutes to replace both of my back speakers in my 99 rodeo last week.
On mine, it's on the driver's side, just inside the front door, left side under the dash behind a plastic panel. The ECM is there as well and the TCM is just above it.
It's at the parts store in the form of a new pump The is no reset button but there is 2 fuses in the fuse panel under the hood One for start and 1 for run
If the car is an 87 Pulsar, the reset switch is under the kick panel (Plastic between the bottem of the dash board & the floorboard) on the drivers side. Take this panel off & the switch is a push button on the metal box. Push the button & check the sensor light. The sensor light may also meen it's time to replace the timing belt. Don't ask how I know this.
The sensor is located in the dash, on the passenger side. There is an oval shaped access panel. In this panel you should see a series of small slots. The sensor is located under the slots, which allow light to the sensor. The oval panel is attached by clips, and can easily be pulled. Just slip a flat tip screw driver under the lip and lift.
On my 1999 rodeo, when I hit the switch for the rear wiper, a clicking sound comes from the dash on the far right side under the right-most vent and next to the speaker in the door panel. That clicking noise is presumably the relay switching on and off, but God help you if you want to access it.
I had this same issue and it was a secondary fuel pump... There are two fuel pumps on the isuzu.. One at the gas tank and another that runs off the cam shaft.. The cam shaft pump is hard to find... you have to order it direct from the Isuzu warehouse.. And get ready for a heart attack when you do order it.. it is a 900 dollar unit.. Now the reduced power light could be other issues . There are several things that can make it go off.. In my case it was the cam shaft fuel pump..
The jack is in the left rear corner. Open the tailgate and remove the cover on the inside panel. The hardware is under the passenger rear seat bottom. Lift the seat forward and it's clipped to the bottom of the seat.
If the inside of a 95 is the same as a 97 the plastic grill on the door panel covering the speaker should pop off using a flat end screw driver. If theres not then you'll have to remove the door panel, which isn't hard. It can be done in about 5 minutes.
Remove the fuse. Fuse box is located on the driver side of the dash, between the dash and driver side door.Note: The airbag is part of the safety systems in the car and should not be disarmed.
I have a 1999 Rodeo, so if yours is the same... The drivers side you have to remove the 3 screws from the outside of the tail light and pull out the entire light fixture. Be careful not to break the plastic piece. I used a screwdriver to help me pop it out gently. The passenger side is easier - you have an access panel that you pop off and reach inside. You have to open the back hatch to see the panel. Good luck.
Its located driver side dash. Open the driver door and pull little panel. When looking at the fuses its the top right relay (little black square).
The 2000 Isuzu Trooper OBD 2 port is behind unmarked panel over hood release
you have to do it through the truck there should be a panel that comes off and you remove the panel and twist the light off that should be the way if im correct