It is on the oil pan towards the back.
Oil drain plug is in the pan You probably have to remove a shield that hides the plug to access it 7/8's wrench to remove plug 14mm socket to remove skid plates
The freezer plug in a 3.2 Isuzu Rodeo is a easy find. The freezer plug is located on the left side of the engine.
If it is a 3.2 V6, it's the spark plug tube seals.
I believe it is in the center bottom of the rad ;but it is easier to loosen up an end of the lower hose to drain the system. Mark
Sorry...no plug you need to remove the pan to service the AUTO trans. If it's a 5 speed there is a plug on the back left of the trans.
hi i have a 2005 Isuzu rodeo hard to start in morning is there a glow plug fuse are any ideal. 70,000 miles cheers
well for one they do not have a dipstick there is a fill plug by the drain plug you will need a specail tool or take it to a mechanic
It is on the oil pan towards the back at the bottom ( the lowest point of the oil pan)
1998 and later thru 2002 (all models) Rodeo, Amigo, and Passport RC10PYP4, PK16PR11, K16PR-P11 @ 0.040 to 0.043 inch
drain plug on bottom of radiator
The transmission fill plug on a 02 Rodeo 4wd is on the bottom of the transmission. It is located to the rear of the drain plug.
It does not have a drain plug. You remove the pan to drain the fluid.
It does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the pan to drain.
where is the oil filter and the oil drain plug on a 2001 Lincoln ls where is the oil filter and the oil drain plug on a 2001 Lincoln ls
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.
On the back corner of the transmission pan towards the passenger side a little higher up on the pan is the fill plug. There are two plugs so do not open the one on the bottom because that is the drain plug. You'll need something like a siphon pump to fill into the plug hole. You can get one at walmart for under $10.
There is no drain plug. Pan must be removed.
At the bottom of the engine oil pan.
there is 2 plugs on the bottom pan of the trans. With the engine running pull the plug that is higher up. Fluid should just trickle out.
just above the drain plug on the tranny case. drain plug the lower bolt.
A simple continuity test will do, check for continuity from the antenna to the plug. Not much goes wrong with these though I would look at the plug connection at the back of the stereo sometimes they are loose and come apart.
at the bottom of the radiator on the driver side
The oil drain plug is located on the deepest part of the oil pan.
On the bottom of the engine. The drain plug is screwed into the oil pan.