Isuzu Engine Rebuild
Step by step rebuild instruction video here:
Watch the run test of this motor here:
Isuzu cylinder head installation
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A tour of my 1996 Isuzu Rodeo 4x4 with Calmini lift
I grabbed the camera and got some video of the rig. I have been pondering
selling or trading this for a smaller fuel efficient car for my new 100
mile daily commute.
Here is the Rodeo Brush Bar:
2001 Isuzu Rodeo - Fuel Pump Replacement - Part 1
In this video, I demonstrate the steps required to remove and replace the
fuel pump in my 2001 Isuzu Rodeo with the 3.2L engine. I replaced my pump
for two reasons: 1) The fuel sending unit had failed and was no longer
sending accurate readings to the fuel gauge and had caused check engine
code P0463 to flash, and 2) I had low fuel pressure at the fuel rail,
which I believe was causing the vehicle to run poorly.
I saved myself over $600 by performing this repair myself. However, please
only attempt this if you feel you are capable of doing so, and please be
very careful when working under your vehicle and when working around the
fuel tank. Use caution! I take no responsibility for your safety.
Link to Part 2 of this video:
EGR Valve & Tube/Throttle Body Cleaning - 2001 Isuzu Rodeo
This video illustrates the method I used to remove, clean, and replace the
EGR valve and tube on my 2001 Isuzu Rodeo. I was having problems with the
check engine light coming on, and each time the code was related to
insufficient flow from the EGR valve. In another video, I show how to
clean the EGR valve itself. In this video, I go one step farther and clean
the tube that connects the EGR valve to the air intake. Since performing
this cleaning about 6 months ago, my check engine light has stayed off.
I am obviously not a professional mechanic. I am just someone that likes
to try to take on small repairs myself, and I have been greatly aided by
other helpful videos on YouTube. My goal in posting these videos is to try
to return the favor and help someone that may have encountered one of the
same problems that I have. I'm sure there are better, more efficient ways
to do things, and I am certainly open to constructive criticism. However,
I hope that in some way my videos will be helpful
Thank you for watching!