Isuzu Rodeo V6 3.2L Engine Trouble
start-up, idle and RPM run-up. I suspect a bad connecting rod or rod
bearing on the front passenger side. See the second video of this as well
when I remove the ignition lead.
Isuzu rodeo dual exhaust
This is my 98 Isuzu rodeo with dual Magnaflow Exhaust. It was a very cold day here in Arizona
so that explains all that smoke (vapor). The truck is very loud on start up
but as you drive and the engine gets warm the noise comes down but still
has that throaty sound. This truck sounds awesome on the highway at higher
RPM's . Anyone wanting some duals on their rodeo I recommend Magnaflow.
I have received many questions regarding this install so I want to clear up
any questions you guys may have.
All I did was remove the factory muffler and exchange it for a Magnaflow
series muffler with 1 inlet and 2 outlets. I had the muffler shop make a
whole new set of pipes from the muffler back to the chrome tips. From the
Magnaflow muffler to the catalytic converter its all stock.
1999 Isuzu Rodeo 4x4 automatic for sale or trade
I have a 1999 Isuzu Rodeo LS automatic 4x4 in great/excellent condition. I
have 16" alloy rims with good tires on it right now and I also have a set
of 15" alloy rims for it without tires that will be included. It has
181,000 miles (and increasing as it is currently my daily driver) on a 1999
SUV, which isn't bad. I installed an after market sound system with new
speakers (head unit is Clarion CZ500 and speakers are Kickers) with
bluetooth for handsfree calling or music through it. It also has new spark
plugs, fuel regulator, fuel filter, shocks, transmission fluid, and brand
new brake pads for the front and rear installed three weeks ago. SUV will
be sold or traded "as is" without any warranties or guarantees express or
implied. I want to sell it for $3,000.00 or best reasonable offer or trade
it for possibly one of the following vehicles comparable to the
$2,500-3,300 range in at least the same condition as my SUV... (Not looking
to add money or accept money unless you have something worth considering.)
The Isuzu Rodeo is located in Sterling, VA, but if arranged properly, I
will be willing to show the car in between Springfield, VA and Sterling, VA
on the weekdays after 2:30pm.
a) 1994-2001 Acura Integra (2 door or 4 door)
b) 1991-1995 Honda Civic (2 door only, I do not want the 4 door model for
this year range)
c) 1991-1996 Toyota MR2
d) 1996-2000 Honda Civic "HX" model only
e) 1996-2002 Audi A4 1.8t
Axle Replacement 2 of 4- 1995 Isuzu Rodeo
Video 2 of 4- Removing the Bad Axle
In this video series I will be repairing a 1995 Isuzu Rodeo front driver
side axle- This is a 4x4 v6 rodeo.
If you're hearing a popping, grinding, or clanking noise while turning it
is probably your CV joint going out.
I didn't want to spend $750 to have someone else replace this axle when it
only cost me about $155 to do it myself. That price includes then specialty
tools I had to buy. I ended up replacing both front axles for about $215.
I figured I saved about $1300 doing the repairs myself.
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