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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 92 isuzu rodeo overheating still
u says that u didn't replace the thermostat yet
Your thermostat is sticking. DO NOT DRIVE if the car overheats, you can do some serious engine damage, if you haven't done so already. Get the thermostat changed out immediately.
What happened is your thermostat is sticking. It was stuck and you saw it overheat (and should have stopped immediately). The added pressure from having a stuck thermostat pushes the fluild into the overflow.
The temperature may have gone back to normal if the thermostat "finally" opened. However, since the thermostat is sticking, it is unreliable and I would get it replaced.
Driving when the engine overheats can easily cause gaskets, such as the head gasket to fail and heads to warp. If this has occurred, you're looking at a new engine.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
SOURCE: radio installation
1995 Isuzu Rodeo Stereo Wiring Constant 12V+ Red/White Switched 12V+ Brown/White Ground Black Illumination Green/Red Dimmer n/a Antenna Right Front Front Speakers 4" Dash Left Front (+) Blue/Yellow Left Front (-) Yellow Right Front (+) Green/White Right Front (-) Gray/White Rear Speakers 4" Side Panels Left Rear (+) White Left Rear (-) Red/White Right Rear (+) Orange Right Rear (-) Black/Orange
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
SOURCE: thermostat location
here you go.
Posted on May 03, 2009
check the electric fan conector plug some times is rusti scratchet whit a sharp scruwdriver remove the rusti or dirt on it this happens many times and step two check the relay and thats it (this is the first step a mecanic to search)
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
My apologies for the delay....Due to the bad economy the number of questions posted has skyrocketed 50% in the last 4-months.
For 2WD and 4WD it is the same:
(front of vehicle)
Coil is on the Spark Plug
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Posted on Feb 19, 2010
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