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#2223 of 2315 My 1999 Honda Passport Cuts Off When Driving or stopping
May 07, 2009 (10:04 pm)
I'm having problems with my 1999 Honda passport. I drive my car alot in one day and when I'm going from place to place and having to keep starting and turning off my car it starts to give me a problem. I'll start my car fine and then it will just cut off. The check trans light comes on for just a sec the goes off. I'll have to press the gas and turn the car on to get it to stay on. Sometimes when I get to a stop light it will turn off also, or the car will just rev for a while untill I press the gas or it will turn off again. I can't find anyone who knows whats wrong with my car. Is anyone else having the same problem?
Also, like everyone else my gas light is always on, even if i have a full tank. Has anyone had theres fixed yet? What;s the problem, how much does it cost if it's worth fixing. I can live with the problem I count miles pretty well. LOL Any help thank you!
#2224 of 2315 Re: My 1999 Honda Passport Cuts Off When Driving or stopping [jengirl029]
May 08, 2009 (12:13 pm)
Clogged fuel filter maybe?
#2225 of 2315 1992 Isuzu Rodeo Won't Start
May 11, 2009 (2:36 pm)
I have a 1992 Isuzu Rodeo 3.1L V6 and frequently I will get in and try to start it with no luck. It will turn over just fine, all dash lights, radio etc work, yet it wont start. I have cleaned all the fuses and their contacts, the battery is fairly new and I have just put in a new starter. After about thirty minutes or so, the car will start and run perfectly. I have tried and tried to fix this problem but it keeps reoccurring. Also when not starting, if I roll and pop the clutch, it starts fine.
#2226 of 2315 drivers window regulator
May 13, 2009 (3:33 pm)
Hi Just wondering if this window regulator is what moves the window up and down mine is not working but you can hear the motor turning in the so i think its the regulator but have never had one apart before. Was in a hurry to get it done so i could go to work in the morning so didn't play with it to much that night but need a new one.Is there any different in the different priced one one the net you can order? thanks
#2227 of 2315 Re: drivers window regulator [32port]
May 13, 2009 (7:48 pm)
Don't know anything about what a 'regulator' is, but I do know that when I had one of the windows on mine checked, it wouldn't roll down, you had to replace the whole system for all four windows, on my Explorer, each window had it's own 'system', much less expensive than replacing the 'whole' system... hope it helps...
#2228 of 2315 1998 Izuzu Rodeo
May 28, 2009 (6:32 pm)
I am thinking of buying a used Rodeo with 137,000 miles,but have read terrible reviews about this SUV...gas mileage problems, recalls and all that goes wrong with this vehicle after 99,000 miles. Anyone out there with a GREAT Rodeo story?? The sellers are asking $2,500 for it, and it looks very clean from the outside. I have had a 2000 Ford Ranger that I bought 2 years ago, which has been (and still is) a no-problem dream truck...But it fits about 2 1/2 people, and I need something with room for at least 4, plus space for my paint tools. Anyone who can recommend a better used vehicle than this Izuzu Rodeo, please let me know!!
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#2229 of 2315 Re: Suspension [rod12]
Jun 01, 2009 (10:00 am)
with a 2" block in the rear, or just crank your torsion bars down with a 2" block. or crank the torsion bars down, get the drop spindles i included the link to and a 4" tapered lowering block. in any of these options you will have to cut the bump stops front and rear. the front will touch if you crank the torsions bars down leaving you no suspension travel, and the rear is only a few inches away from the stop and every hard bump will bottom out.
#2230 of 2315 Rodeo Fuel Sending Unit and CEL
Jun 11, 2009 (12:16 am)
(2000 Rodeo, V6). The low fuel warning light started flashing constantly, even with a full tank and the check engine light came on so we replaced the fuel sending unit and the car was dead. Wouldn't even attempt to start. Unplugged battery and re-connected and tried again, no luck.
A guy came out and read the codes and nothing showed up and I thought that the same instrument he used to check to codes could reset the computer and my husband, who WAS there said he didn't ask.
So, am I wrong or are we going to have to haul the bloody thing to an Isuzu dealer some 200 miles away?
Thanks for any input:)
#2231 of 2315 Re: starting problems [tbcan]
Jun 13, 2009 (6:27 am)
This is the same thing we are going through now. Did you ever figure out what it was? If so, PLEASE let us know. Thanks!
#2232 of 2315 Re: starting problems [angelwings5383]
Jun 13, 2009 (9:17 am)
Well, o'Reilly Auto parts told us to disconnect the battery to reset the computer, after we'd cleared the codes, which we did and it spluttered but still didn't start, then we had a listen to fuel pump and it seems to be inoperative, so, we're replacing that part this weekend and we'll let you know if it fixes it.