How To Fix, 97 Isuzu Rodeo Engine Noise




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batvette: those experimenting with different oils... do not use shell rotella if you live in or plan to live in a pollution control state. according to shell it contains additives that will ruin your cat converters.

tucko11: is it better just to replace the engine? trying to sell a rodeo with lifter noise and mechanics won't give me money I'm offering for it sayings it's cheaper to replace the engine than take apart the engine

Desterii DelQuonomonna: I have same car. It's very loud when I drive, but not when idle. It sounds like something is loose and moving around in there

john smith: How did you mange to get the passenger side valve cover off with those 2 heater hoses that are just fwd. of a large metal bracket? Thanks.

Benjamin Beauvil: Timing belt not chain sorry

mnbickford: Spence, there is sound. There's must be an issue on your end. Maybe refresh the page... Oils not going to fix your tick.

Spence P: OW30 did not work for me! Ticking got worse! Why post this video with no sound!?

Jassica: The OW-30 gets up into the into the lifters easier & the K&N filter is like the nne Isuzu requested owners to use, which was a high flow oil filter. The Lifter ticks were starting as soon as 5000 miles back in the 90's with new Rodeos. I hope this helps those who were frustrated like I was with the ticking. My Rodeo hasn't ticked since and if it does I change the oil and its gone. Here is a list of what you need... Synthetic OW-30 Mobile 1 ( Walmart 5qt ) $25 K&N Oil Filter for Isuzu $10

Jassica: I have a 95 Isuzu Rodeo and had a bad lifter tick, I read around and found Isuzu put out a news letter to owners that they need to use 0w-30 oil. I had a really bad lifter tick and changed my oil to 0W-30 Synthetic and a high flow oil filter like (K&N) and after I changed my oil my tick disappeared in under 30 seconds after I started. I try to tell owners whenever I see them driving around about this fix when I her there Rodeos & passports ticking. .

mnbickford: I have posted up many other videos. This engine was to far gone and froze up as soon as I got it running. The replacement that I found in the salvage yard is from a 97 passport with 115k miles and ticks on both sides. I will be performing these repairs again and post up some better walk troughs as I now have more knowledge then I did going into it the first time.

AWDmaster: This is interesting and informative! I am about to do the same procedure on my Fiance's Rodeo, and it would be greatly appreciated if you would update your progress! Also, I understand these things have a timing 'belt' rather than a 'chain'. Thank you!

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