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Isuzu Rodeo, Honda Passport, SUV
#2265 of 2315 Re: Popping in the rear end 99 Passport 4x4 [dougw2]
May 15, 2010 (5:48 pm)
I just bought a 1999 Honda Passport 4x4. I have owned it for less than one week and the rear trailing arm connector just broke off. It did not fall off the frame, but the frame rusted thru with the arm still attached. There is evidence of someone trying to fix it previously and covering it up with rubber undercoating. People on here are speaking of following the links to other forums where it has links to file a complaint and be part of a current class action lawsuit, but I see nothing anywhere pertaining to where to go.
#2266 of 2315 Re: Popping in the rear end 99 Passport 4x4 [ryanbill31]
May 16, 2010 (7:22 am)
Go to Isuzu Rodeo frame rust in edmunds, it is another forum, dedicated basically just to the problem you are talking about. All the info and instructions are there. Can you go back to the seller and get your money back? That is what I would do. They did not disclose to you the damage, and the faulty repair, probably can get your money back, small claims court if you have to, but after owning it a week, I would definitely be pursuing a full refund.
#2267 of 2315 a/c compressor problems
Jun 02, 2010 (6:58 pm)
2004 rodeo. have charged system with uv leak detection kit, and found no leak anywhere. the compressor will kick on for like 2 to 3 seconds and kick off for like a minute. anyone have any clue where to start so i dont spend hundreds for no reason. thanks.
#2268 of 2315 01 2 door sport questions
Jun 03, 2010 (8:53 am)
Does the 2.2L I4 have a timing belt? Does it need to be changed? & at what interval?
How is this SUV overall. I understand it's lacking in power, I'm just looking for a 2nd car to use. How's the 5 speed trans? Does it break easy? How are the costs to replace the clutch or do a timing belt if needed?
$4K with 92K is the deal I'm looking at.
#2269 of 2315 1995 honda passport help !!
Jun 07, 2010 (9:36 pm)
new 1995 passport owner !!!!!
Hi i am going to be getting a 1995 passport and was wondering what is the tire
size , i am looking to go off roading and want to get some good tires also where
can i find a lift kit or spacers to lift ita little and im also looking for a cold air
intake , and i cant find a grille guard for it either !!! Any help would be great !!!!!
thanks ,Robert, portland oregon
#2270 of 2315 Ignition Switch Sticking on 01 Rodeo
Jun 12, 2010 (7:04 am)
The key binds and is hard to turn in my 01 Rodeo. About 6 months ago my mechanic replaced the neutral safety switch. Could this be related? I tried lock lubricate but it did not help.
#2271 of 2315 Re: 1998 Rodeo transmission not shifting [wtrash_99]
Aug 04, 2010 (2:09 am)
Hello, I am hoping you have found a solution to this problem? I have the exact same one, what was the outcome? No one has posted an outcome online and I can't beleive this, they talk about a problem, but no outcome.
#2272 of 2315 Re: 1998 Rodeo transmission not shifting [billman2002]
Aug 04, 2010 (9:43 am)
Our transmission finally went all except the reverse. We had the thing totally rebuilt a year and a half previously.... Have a new car now...Good Luck.
#2273 of 2315 Re: 1998 Rodeo transmission not shifting [billman2002]
Aug 04, 2010 (3:43 pm)
I had several problems with a '98 not shifting. Each time it was an electrical problem, such as a short in the trailer hitch wire. Take it to an electrical shop instead of a transmission shop.
#2274 of 2315 My 99 Rodeo is overheating
Aug 05, 2010 (9:06 pm)
Ok, I have replaced the thermostat, the fan is working fine, the hoses look good and not squishy or brittle, I cant find a leak, BUT i take it less than 30 miles and Im blowing steam from my overflow tank, this problem started just recently. (U know like since the weather got HOT) I have not run the a/c as this seems to make it overheat quicker, though turning the heat on doesnt help it cool down.
I love my truck and have put several hundred dollars in it. I have actually learned how to change a clutch and several other parts on my own, I really am lost on this though. Any advice would be helpful.
I just read a post about flushing the radiatior, but Im going thru so much water, how can there be any bad water left in it? And I read that it may be a blown head gasket, but the only problem Im having with it is the overheating... SOMEONE HELP ME PLEASE