Having problems with your 2004 Isuzu Rodeo ?

I own a 2004 Isuzu Rodeo 3.2L V6 2WD. On saturday it died on me. at first i thought it might be the fuel pump because the engine turned over but wouldn't engage. Gas level was good as was the battery. Long story short, the fuse for my fuel pump blew. I replaced it and car started. Hoevwer, the same thing happened again this morning, once again replaced it and car has started. Before replacing it this time, i removed all the fuses and cleaned the area with some compressed air cleaner. Abou

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 18-03-2019

Answers :

My problem was electrical, removing the batt \012(neg. terminal) for a few seconds resets the Engine Control Module (ECM)\012 which operates the full pump relay, there should be a fuse in the relay\012 box in under the hood labeled ECM or ECU. Pulling that fuse for 10 \012secs. or so also resets the ECM, try this and if it immediately works I \012suggest to drive it locally until it will not start again and repeat the\012 removal of the ECM fuse. If this work out I suggest that you ECM is \012receiving a sensor signal to shut down the pump relay so I've been told,\012 is the check engine lite on
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