The expansion valve is located in the evaporator housing of the air conditioning system. In the Rodeo this is located next to the blower unit underneath the dash, and specifically on the passenger side. Accessing the evaporator unit is a pain in the arse as the little bastard who designed the layout clearly decided that nobody would ever want to just pull the damn thing out to clean it or replace an expansion valve. Had he used his brain it should just have been a matter of taking out the refrigerant from the system (have your service centre do this), undoing the inlet and outlet pipes and undoing the two screws holding the evaporator unit to the firewall. Voila!, you should be able to get it out, replace any component or clean it, reinstall it, recharge the system and away you go. But no. You have to remove the steering wheel, instrument panel, centre console, dash and sundry other bits and pieces to get to the bloody thing. There you go. Vehicle designers should all be made to field strip their creations just so they make future vehicles easily serviceable.
where is the pcv valve located on a 1995 Isuzu rodeo v6 3.2l
The EGR valve on a 95 Isuzu Rodeo is located on the back top of the engine. It resembles a cylinder.
If it's a TXV system, it'll be located between the receiver-drier and the evaporator.
The shift lock solenoids are located on the valve body on a 1999 Isuzu Rodeo. There are two shift solenoids.
The AC low pressure valve on a 1996 Isuzu Rodeo is located in the back of the engine compartment. The valve is on the larger of the two hoses that run from the evaporator to the compressor.
The oil in a 1993 Isuzu Rodeo is put into the reservoir that is located on top of the valve cover. There is a cap that has to be rotated to remove it.
probably on the firewall, follow the ac lines to it.
How do you adjust the valves on a 1995 isuzu Rodeo 3.2
The PCV is screwed into the front of the intake manifold, top right and has a hose coming out of it.
where is the expansion valve located
The PCV will be located somewhere on the engine block. It will have a wire attached to it and it will be on the top of the crankcase, covering the valves.
It does not have one (the "valve" that is). I belive 1998 and newer do not. My 2001 Isuzu Rodeo does not. It does not because it is too new. However, it does have a PVC system with the breather tube coming from the crankcase to the valve cover. From there fresh air is taken from the air duct and mixed with the crankcase vapors. Then it is sent to the TBI Throttle Body system and burned up.
The egr valve is on the passenger side of the motor. It is a round canister at the back almost at the firewall.
The 2005 Nissan air conditioning compressor expansion valve is located on the bottom of the compressor. The expansion valve should be labeled as such.
There is no expansion valve. The metering device is called a expansion valve should be located in the small line on the condenser it will be located near the line at the connection
The spark plugs are under the plastic strip that runs up the middle of the valve cover.
Your band, 1-2, 2-3, and 3-4 shift solenoids are located on the tranny. You have to drain your tranny fluid, remove the pan, and they will be located in the valve body.
I have the same problem with my 98 Isuzu Rodeo. If you haven't already, replace the Idle air control valve. I have the same problem with my 98 Isuzu Rodeo. If you haven't already, replace the Idle air control valve.
Unsure what you are asking about. WHAT expansion valve - in what system?
I just changed mine the other right behind the ecu towards towards the left of ecu which sit on top of engine looks round
The expansion valve is located in front of the evaporator core. You must remove the housing to access it.
for the 2.3 sohc its on the back of the valve cover
Inside evaparator case under the passanger side dash
The expansion valve, on your 1998 Honda Accord, is located just before the thermostat housing. You can follow the water hose from the radiator to the expansion valve.