99 ISUZU RODEO FUSE BOX
Isuzu Rodeo: LSost.a fuse and where is the fuse box
99 Isuzu Rodeo LS with no fan, heat, vent or defrost. Where can I start to diagnose the problem? Could it be a fuse and - Answered by a verified Auto Mechanic All Isuzu Vehicles. Service Information. I have taken apart the fuse box and traced all connections with the appropriate wires. They harness up and get tucked into the fenderHello I will answer your question, The first fuse to check is #5 in the underhood fuse panel. If the fuse is blown you will need to determine why the fuse blew. Do your backup lights and turn signals work? Do you have a testlight or voltmeter to test with? Let me know what you find with the blower fuse and about the lights and I will help you from thereThe blower resistor has a thermal fuse incorporated in the package that mau have opened or the fan switch may have failed. To test you will need a test light or voltmeter to place in the blower motor connector as a substitute for the motor. If you have power at the motor connector the motor has failed. If there is no power there you will have to test the switch and blower resistor. Do you have a testlight or voltmeter? The relay may not be passing power to the motor. The best way to check the whole system is to place the meter or light accross the blower connector located under the right side of the dashboard If you can make this test let me knowPlace one lead to the blue/white striped wire in the connector and the other to ground, Do you have power? If not the fault is in the relay or its control. If you have power move to the blower resistor with the blower motor plugged in and backprobe(leave the connector connected) the blue/white, light green, blue/orange and blue red wires for power with the other lead to a good ground. If you find power there on any or all of the wires the switch or its ground is bad and I will give you direction on how to test those. The resistor is located here Let me know what you findThe relay needs to close to provide power to the blower. If you check the relay to make sure it has power at the socket at #1 or #5 pin socket then jump to the opposite pin (#1 or #5) with a small wire or large paper clip you should have blower operation. Either pin #2 or #4 should show power with the key on. The opposite (#2 or #4) should show ground. If you have all these powers and grounds and the blower operates with the relay jumped replace the relay. The relay is this one I think they labeled it "Heater" on the top of the box and it is location X-6. If you have a legend on the box lid double check as I don't have one Let me knowWith the relay out of the socket you have power at both #1 and #5? With the relay installed you have power at both sides of the #5 20A fuse with the key on but no power showing at the blue/white wire at the blower connector?The underhood fuse panel is by the battery and the X-6 heater relay is sshown below. I am sorry for posting confusing information. I grabbed the wrong graphic. The information should be on the inside of the top of the relay/fuse box. If you have power to both sides of the 20A #5 fuse and no power at the blue/white wire at the blower connector the fault will be between the two. Let me know if you have power at the fuse and I will work on getting harness routing information.So if you have the fuse in its holder you have power on three of the terminals of the relay? Look at the diagram below The blower motor and clutch for the AC compressor should not have any power so you should only have power to two of the terminals of the relay. #5 and #2 with the key on as shown in the diagram above. If you have something different let me know and we will find out why.If you look at the relay diagram you will see three terminals that face the same direction and two that are turned 90 degrees from the other three. If you can use the numbers assigned to these terminals it will help me to understand what is measured where. More importantly do you have power at both sides of the 20A #5 fuse with the key on?A fuse has two posts or terminals with the fuseable material providing a current path between them . If the fuse opens or "blows" there is power to one of the terminals but not to the other because the connection is open between them. To test a fuse you have to have power at both terminals or sides of the fuse. Is the #5 fuse good? With power at both terminals?No inconvenience at all but what about the fuse? With the relay in, key on, power to both sides?
Interior Fuse Box Location: 1998-2004 Isuzu Rodeo 2004
The video above shows how to replace blown fuses in the interior fuse box of your 2004 Isuzu Rodeo in addition to the fuse panel diagram location. Electrical components such as your map light, radio, heated seats, high beams, power windows all have fuses and if they suddenly stop working, chances are you have a fuse that has blown out.