The shift lock solenoids are located on the valve body on a 1999 Isuzu Rodeo. There are two shift solenoids.
look on the drivers side visor that should give you the factory instructions.
Put the transmission in the neutral position,then shift the vehicle back in to 2 wheel drive
i would like to find a shift soleniod for my 2001 Isuzu rodeo
if you have "on-the-fly" shifting it should go right back into 2wd, get at a lower speed, then try. if not stop the truck put it in neutral shift the gear into 2wd position, if it doesn't go, hold it slightly there and try to put it in reverse. it'll catch the gear.
Simply grab the knob, and turn it counter-clockwise while gripping it tightly.
it should tell u on the driver side sun visor! ..I own a 1999 Isuzu trooper...in order to put it into 4wd! stop vehicle, shift transmission lever to neutral and then shift your transfer lever to 4L and then shift your transmission lever to D. (for normal 2wd your lever should be on HIGH) and to go back from 4wd to 2wd do the the same! stop vehicle put it into neutral and shift your transfer from your 4L position to HIGH. NEVER DRIVE 4WD ON PAVEMENT.
Go onto a non-dry (such as grass or gravel or snow) and pull the lever from 2WD into 4H.
Could be low fluid,a bad sensor or transmission going bad.
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.
Bent shifter rod,Frayed cable,obstruction in shifting path
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.