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1998 Rodeo Izusu Front Bumper is off track.

Hi, I have had a very minor fender bender and the front bumper of my 1998 Izusu Redeo's was pushed in. The bumper itself is fine, but the sides have been pushed off their tracks and are now about an inch lower than they should be.

How do I reset the bumber without having to taker it to the body shop?

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SOURCE: 97 jimmy wont start

If it starts with starting fluid, this means the firing and electrical is fine,however, its not getting fuel. I suggest trying the fuel filter first,but, its probably going to be the fuel pump.

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SOURCE: I have a holden senator new model 2009, a car slightly.

Depending on how deep the scratches are, you may be able to keep the bumper. You can probably sand, bondo, prime and paint the bumper and be ok. If you choose to replace, after market bumper covers start and around $70 usd and OEM bumpers start at $250 usd. Good Luck I hope you find this very helpful!

Posted on Nov 23, 2009

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SOURCE: shifting is rough the rmp will jump about 400 rpm

Shifting--sorry to tell you, but as a mechanic who has rebuilt MANY 4L60E transmissions, I can promise you that your transmission is dead and needs to be completely rebuilt. Tell the builder that as a minimum over a stock rebuild you want: A hardened input shaft, The Beast sun shell, all Alto Red Eagle frictions and full-thickness Kolene steels, a new reverse drum and an extra-wide Carbon Fiber power band, the Sonnax "Super Hold" 1-2 and 3-4 servos, the Sonnax Heavy Duty 2-3 Shift Valve, the Sonnax .490" Boost Valve, and the Transgo valve body seperator plate. This will cost about 600 bucks more than a stock build, but the new transmission will be bullet-proof and will last until you get rid of the truck.
You can replace the dash lights yourself; the cover snaps off the fron of the dash, there are a few 9/32nds bolts that hold the instrument panel onto the dash, and the bulbs replace from the rear.
The rust, well, you can use metal polish and a fine cotton scrap and polish it off--but it will come back; for chrome to rust, there is a defect in the dip, or a non-stainless metal in continuous contact with it.

Posted on Feb 17, 2010

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usally under the bumper there is bolts that you can loosen and adjust it

Posted on Mar 28, 2010

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Section 01-19: Bumpers 1996 Villager Workshop Manual
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Bumper and Bumper Cover Front
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1) Turn front wheels full right to remove push-pin fastener at lower front corner of left wheel well plastic splash guard. It's difficult to remove this fastener once the car is up on the wheel ramps.

2) Turn front wheels full left to remove push-pin fastener at lower front corner of right wheel well plastic splash guard.

3) Drive car up on wheel ramps. Block rear tires. Open hood.

4) Remove lower mesh plastic grille. There are five attachment points on the top edge of the grille. You can get to three of them with your hand by reaching between the radiator and the back side of the grille. The two outer ones can be released with a screwdriver also reaching in between the grille and radiator. Once the plastic tabs are released, you can remove the grille by pulling it out from the front of the car.

5) Remove the plastic panel located immediately behind the bumper from the bottom of the engine compartment. This panel is held in place with nine sheet metal screws with a 8mm hex head. Five screws are on the bottom of the car and there are two screws in each wheel well at the inner lower edge. After removing all nine screws you can work the panel free.

6) Disconnect the cable from each fog light and remove both fog lights. They are held in place by two sheet metal screws with a #20 torx head.

7) Remove the side marker bulbs. The one on the passenger side turns clockwise to remove and the one on the driver side turns counter-clockwise.

8) Remove the temperature sensor from its socket on the driver side.

9) If you have a floor jack, raise the car at the jack point on the cross member below the engine. You do not want to raise it off the wheel ramps. But it helps to have more clearance above the tires to work in the front wheel wells.

10) Remove three of the plastic nuts holding the forward half of the plastic wheel well liner in place. It's not necessary to remove the plastic liner. You just need to loosen it up so that you can pull it away from the fender to gain access to the screw and bracket securing the bumper to the fender.

11) Pull back the wheel well liner and remove the sheet metal screw from the rear end of the metal bracket . There is only one sheet metal screw (#20 torx head) holding this bracket in place. Don't attempt to remove the bracket yet. I used a #20 torx bit in a 1/4" socket with a 6-inch extension for a 1/4" drive wrench. The head of the screw faces the ground.

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