Isuzu Rodeo w/ Flowmaster Exhaust (Drive and rev sampling--go to end to listen revving)
it is more organized than this one same video though
I figured i'd give anybody interested in putting a flowmaster on their Rodeo/Passport an idea of what tone they should get out of it... Of course, mine has abot $800 extra in goodies under the hood, but aside from that, they should sound remotely the same... ...tried to make a versatile vid, including the sound of it driving normally and just plain revving... might want to turn up your volume for the first bit....
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.
Isuzu Rodeo - Intake Manifold Removal - Part 1
This video is part of a series in which I remove the fuel rail and air
intake manifold from my 2001 Isuzu Rodeo to diagnose a cylinder misfire
issue I was having. This particular video demonstrates some of the steps
required to remove the intake manifold. During this repair process, I also
show how to replace the fuel pressure regulator, fuel injector O-rings, as
well as remove and replace the thermostat.
I am not a professional mechanic. Rather, I am someone who enjoys
attempting to make repairs on my own before I fork out money to a mechanic.
I have been greatly aided by others' YouTube videos, as well as some very
resourceful websites and forums, so this is my way of trying to "pay it
forward" for all of the help I have received.
Please attempt all repairs with caution and at your own risk, and work only
to the extent of your own ability.
Thanks for watching!
Quick links for navigating this series:
Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiUeOZg-Jmw
Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S24IWdl0qiQ
Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfTxN__BMYo
Part 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ju0ZObvPM-I
Part 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkfWmdbj-Ec
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: