Fire away For the 3.2l dohc v6 it is 1,2,3,4,5,6. with the cylinders being numbered from front to back and left to right 1,3,5,right and 2,4,6 left. The left and right side of the vehicle is determined from you setting in the drivers seat For the 2.6l 4cyl it is 1,3,4,2 starting with the right front wire and going in counter clockwise direction, and the cylinders are numbered from front to back 4,3,2,1.
Timing timing is set by the onboard computer and cannot be manually set
Isuzu Rodeo, Possibly Isuzu Trooper, and The Isuzu Amigo
Isuzu rodeo 3.2 V6 LS.
Yes. You can find the Isuzu Amigo at the Honda sale dealers.
Yes, Isuzu was the sole builder and designer of the Passport.
The whole car was made by Isuzu, including the engine.
No the rodeo is the same as the honda passport
after the 2002 Honda passport which was manufactured by Isuzu was discontinued, Honda launched its first SUV that was actually manufactured by Honda and called it the pilot. the pilot suspension and chassis was based on the accord giving the SUV a smooth and car like ride oppose to the passport which was mounted on a Isuzu truck chassis.
Honda never made the passport, those are Isuzu rodeo's with Honda emblems. If you need parts for one then set it on fire and push it into the bay to put it out.
The average MPG of an Isuzu Amigo is between 17.2 to 18.7. Isuzu Amigo has the convertible styling of a two door wagon. Some of Isuzu Amigo models come with standard cruise control.
Yes the 2000 passport has a timing belt as does its identical twin the Isuzu Rodeo.