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#1 of 41 Need help with Trooper ABS Light....
May 30, 2006 (6:40 pm)
My ABS light flashes intermittently when I am driving. I have replaced brake pads and rotors on all four wheels and I still have this problem.
Dose anyone know how to get the Diagnostic codes for the ABS on a 1995 Isuzu Trooper 3.2L 4x4? I have tried to use the jumper on the DCL(3 Wire Connector)but that gives me the diagnostic codes with the CHECK ENGINE light flashing, not the ABS Light. I think one of the other plugs is specifically for the ABS diagnostics but I am not sure which one. I don't want to start putting jumpers here and there and possibly causing another problem. If anyone knows how I can jumper the ALDL connector to read the ABS errors I would be forever thankful. Here is a picture to let you see what I am looking at http://jjoker.250free.com/1995TrooperALDL_DLC.JPG
#3 of 41 Re: Need help with Trooper ABS Light.... [atfdmike]
Jun 02, 2006 (5:00 pm)
Thanks for the help.
#4 of 41 ABS light Honda passport 97
Oct 07, 2006 (6:26 pm)
Where can I find the connector for reading ABS codes?
I only find a 16 pin connector left side (not OBD2), I don't have diagnostic hardware. Can I do it only sending to ground the connector?
#5 of 41 Re: ABS light Honda passport 97 [walterdgm]
Oct 09, 2006 (3:15 am)
You should check the Honda forum for info on this. Good luck
#6 of 41 1999 isuzu rodeo ABS brake module
Feb 19, 2007 (11:40 am)
Whats the procedure for replacing the ABS module? Is there some type of air in there when i take it off is there something special i have to do? Trying not to get into trouble and cause more problems with it the ABS just quite working and light on.
#7 of 41 Re: 1999 isuzu rodeo ABS brake module [gno64]
Feb 20, 2007 (4:00 am)
Out of curiousity, how have you arrived at the conclusion that you need a new ABS module? Did you do a code check on the vehicle and if so, what was code(s)? Module is expensive and bleeding the system can be problematic if not done in proper sequence, would hate to see you get in over your head if module is not source of problem.
#8 of 41 trooper brakes
Apr 18, 2007 (9:47 pm)
can anyone help me out?
my rear anti-lock brake light is on and my brake light is on...and to top that off my rear wheels are locked...i have a 1994 Isuzu trooper 4x4... Can anyone help me to figure out why this happen and how to fix it
#9 of 41 Re: trooper brakes [sinful1]
Apr 19, 2007 (5:04 am)
By rear anti lock brake light, do you mean you do NOT have the 4 wheel anti lock, just the Rear antilock version? Also, do you have automatic trans?
There is a diagnostic link for the brakes located behind the left kick panel. If the ABS light is on, a code is probably stored.
The light illuminates also when the Parking brake is on ..checked that? or the brake fluid level is low. Once those are checked, and if abs light is on, then code should be set. the rear wheel anti lock system is different from the 4wal, so more info is needed to be more specific.
#10 of 41 Re: trooper brakes [atfdmike]
Apr 19, 2007 (8:19 am)
Maybe their question can help with my initial question to this post(check page 1 of the post). My trooper has automatic transmission. The picture I posted on the first page should be the same cables that are on the 94 Trooper. They are under the front left kick panel below the steering wheel right above the hood release. Do you know which of the plugs is for the ABS? If so, how do you jumper it to read the ABS codes? Thanks for maybe a glimmer of hope. I had all but gave up on this problem.