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2001 izuzu rodeo 4x4 dash and taillights blowing fuses

We changed fuses but they immediately blow, esp if u turn hazards on

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SOURCE: break / hazard light fuses keep blowing

check both brake lights for moisture getting into them.

Posted on May 26, 2008

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SOURCE: 2003 isuzu rodeo blows engine ign fuse when key is turned on

This is definantly a wiring problem, first of all you will need to check the wiring to your ignition and your starting system to see if you can visually see any wires that are shorting out on something metal or with another wire. Check the wires going to your starter, your coil, your altenator, and remove the cover on your steering column and check there as well then start looking under the dash. If you have had any sort of accident then check for damaged wires in that particular area. If there has been any electrical work done to your car then check in this particulararea as well. in the mean time you should get a breaker to replace the fuse with as when the breaker blows it will actually reset itself after a few seconds as it cools off ( while it trips and cools off it will click ).This may help as you have someone turn the key you my be able to see where the wire is sparking as it shorts out and it will save you money on fuses as you diagnose your problem. Wiring can be very difficult and time consuming to locate where the actual problem lies. Good luck I hope that this helps you and remember to rate all solutions that you get, thanx.

Posted on Oct 30, 2008

Brian Jones

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SOURCE: Key stuck in the ignition of 2001 Izuzu Rodeo

I have had a similar issue with my 2004 Accender and my 1998 Chevrolet Lumina.

In my case both vehicles are automatics and for some reason the park sensor did not pick up that the shifter was moved to the park position. All I have had to do is to place my foot on the brake (for safety) then pull the shifter into gear and back to park a few times and it took and the key released.

Additionally, the steering wheel will not lock into place unless the car is fully in Park, this will also tell you that you might want to either check and replace the sensor or just work with the shifter a little till it works again.

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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SOURCE: 97 rodeo heater fan wont blow i checked fuses

I would check your blower motor. That sounds like the problem.

Posted on Nov 20, 2008

Frank Magliocca

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SOURCE: # 4 fuse blew out,

I KNOW YOU HAVE AN ELECTRICAL SHORT.WAS AN ALARM INSTALLED OR ANY OTHER TYPE OF ACCESSORY? CHECK WITH DODGE TO FIND OUT ABOUT A RECALL.IF SOMETHING WAS INSTALLED, TAKE IT BACK THERE TO STRAIGHTEN IT OUT IF NOT HAVE A AUTO TECHNICIAN CHECK IT FOR YOU.

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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