There isn't really a diagram that is all that good I've found. I just did mine. Remove the wheel. Remove the bolt (I think it's a 10mm) on the caliper and remove. Pull out old pads and replace with new pads. You will need to compress the rear piston to fit the new pads around the rotor. DO NOT USE A C-CLAMP. There will be 4 notches around the outside edge of the piston. I used a pair of needle nosed pliers that spanned to 2 of those notches across from one another. Once spanned, rotate the piston. Clockwise and counterclockwise it will turn. Just rotate it so that it is just above flush with the surrounding rubber seal (Not past it). Be sure to clean all of the surfaces that the brake pad travels on "slides". Chiltons or haynes manuels are great for step by step automotive
The brake pedal has to be fully depressed for the stick to engage.
Cleaning will not help. The piston is going cocked in the bore. Rebuild or replace.
Isuzu has a separate software system for its brake system. Usually, only dealers have it and they charge $$$ to scan it.
replace stop light switch
Master cylinder reservoir should be under the hood at the driver's side firewall
Between the two front seats where the hand brake and shifter are is usually what is called a centre console
just got a quote for $1000 in chicago. seems high, so I'm shopping it around.
A diagram to replace the brake light on a 1999 Tahoe can be purchased from your local auto parts store. It is located in the Haynes 1999 Tahoe Repair Manual.
It provides the vacuum to operate the brake booster and the shift on the fly system.
I have 1998 Trooper. I called Isuzu and they were very helpful. Open the back door, above the cable that holds the wiring for the back light there is a screw. Unscrew it and then unscrew the 2 screws that are on the outside. My light was out on the driver's side but it is probably the same on the passenger side. When you are screwing it back together, do the outside screws first then the inside one. Good luck. It took me 5 minutes to do.
there is asensor on the rear diff...replace that and you should be ok
Dual Air Brake Diagram