car has 1/4 tank of gas.it will start if you turn key on and wait 30 seconds.will run for about 30 seconds and then it will die.
I have an 2002 Isuzu rodeo 6 cylinder. Friday it kept loosing power to everything except motor no radio, power windows, no gaubes worked, no a/c, and automatic transmission at first would work as long as you changed it manually then got to where it would not get out of 2nd and only go about 20mph. It had to be jumped when shut off, parked it for the night and next morn went and put a diff battery in it and it drove normal to auto zone they tested my old battery said it was good then checked battery and alternator in it and said the alternator was going out and it was done draining battery in it before I got back home everything quit working but motor. I went to take out old alternator and found wires that were corroded so I fixed them and reconnected them when my wife went to crank it, it arced bad out of old alternator then no longer would even try to turn over. Took old alternator to auto zone and when they tested it a red light came on there machine and then machine shut off so it was def bad. I went and put the new one in with no problem, but still nothing but headlights and dash lights work. There is no clock which is always on even with no keys, no radio, no a/c, no tail lights, no door or dome lights, and will not even turn over at all, battery is fully charged, alternator is new and tested good, and I tested all fuses on dash and in fuse box under hood and nothing was blown, but still only have headlights, and dash lights, and can hear what I think is fuel pump cutting on. Does anyone have any idea what might could be the problem and how I might can fix it, its the only car my family has and I do not have the money to take it to a mechanic
Dash lights won’t work or the gas gauge fuses are good
where can I locate cabin air filter
My reduced power light is on and gives fuel pressure regulator code. I don’t have a regulator. What do I fix
my engine keeps missing the mechanic fixed the timing on it but after a couple of days it started again
Had a bad alternator replaced with brand new alternator says it has the same problem bad voltage meter
yesterday the car arrived.. tranny was running fine, i thought.. than a mech. drained tranny fluid.. he said he installed the correct level.. he did it while laying on the ground.. backyard mech..i had 2 gallons for the filling.. i think he used less than a quart, if that.. when i went to put it into gear it would not move.. went thru all the gears.. it’s an automatic tranny… nothing!!! when he drained the fluid less than several quarts came out… he said it needs seals that can be installed by opening the bottom pan.. and it’s an $800 job if done in a shop.. i was at –advance auto parts and they said they have the flow seals…the tranny seemed to run good until the mech drained the fluid…… i believe the tranny should have 8+ quarts installed to have it run right….. moveover, at the store he pulled fluid that was—not–dextron 111……… the –only–type that should be used…. within 12 hours i will fire him from doing anymore work on my trooper.. thanks for a competent response, okay?????
The correct fluid and level of fluid it important for any transmission to be able to operate properly. You can use Mercon 5 fluid as it can be used in all transmissions. It is synthetic fluid. Rule of thumb, you can go up in the number band be OK but not down.
Is there no dipstick to check the fluid level on this vehicle? If there is, check the level.
Automatic transmission fluids can be broken down into two types, Dexron® III and Ford type F. These fluids are specific to the transmission using them. Don’t assume that all Ford vehicles use type F, they don’t!
•Dexron® III, sometime referred to as multi-purpose ATF. This replaces the old Type A, Suffix A, was recommended by GM, Chrysler and AMC between 1956–1967. It also supercedes Dexron® and Dexron® II fluids. Ford vehicles 1977 and later with the C6 transmission or the Jatco transmission in the Granada and Monarch also use this fluid. Ford refers to this fluid as Mercon® , or transmissions where type H or CJ where recommended.
•Type F fluid is recommended by Ford Motor Co. for most late model Fords and certain imports, and contains certain frictional compounds required for proper operation in these transmissions.
There is not much of a problem here, since the bottles are clearly marked to indicate the type of fluid. If you are in doubt, check your owner’s manual.
The entire transmission holds 9.10 quarts of fluid, this includes the torque converter. Generally when you drain the pan and replace the transmission filter, it takes about 5 quarts to refill. Checking the fluid level is important. If the fluid level is low, the vehicle will not move and act the way that yours is acting right now.
Refer to your car’s owners manual for the exact way to check the transmission fluid level and do just that.
trooper suddenly started getting hard to start in the am, takes longer than usual to run!,smell gass, only way to start now is clean all gas fouled spark plugs, then runs perfect till parked overnight or 6-8 hrs, changed all sensors LOST, PLZ HELP THANX!
My Trooper always starts up right away, but after it has warmed up a bit it wants to quit and runs ragged at idle. It has 160K miles. I have replaced the distributor, and plug wires. It also has failed the California Smog test (too much Nitrous Oxide). Any Ideas