Isuzu Rodeo owner’s, service, repair and maintenance manuals PDF, electrical wiring diagrams, scheduled maintenance, operating instructions free download
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|Isuzu Rodeo 1991 fuse box diagram [PDF]||34.3kb||Download|
|Isuzu Rodeo 1992 – 1993 fuse box diagram [PDF]||35.4kb||Download|
|Isuzu Rodeo 1994 fuse box diagram [PDF]||49.2kb||Download|
|Isuzu Rodeo 1995 fuse box diagram [PDF]||55.7kb||Download|
|Isuzu Rodeo 1996 fuse box diagram [PDF]||73kb||Download|
|Isuzu Rodeo 1997 fuse box diagram [PDF]||55.7kb||Download|
|Isuzu Rodeo 1998 – 1999 fuse box diagram [PDF]||33.9kb||Download|
|Isuzu Rodeo 1999 Workshop Manual [PDF]||27.1Mb||Download|
|Isuzu Rodeo 2000 – 2001 fuse box diagram [PDF]||50.3kb||Download|
|Isuzu Rodeo 2000 Workshop Manual [PDF]||38.3Mb||Download|
|Isuzu Rodeo General Description Manual [PDF]||408.5kb||Download|
|Isuzu Rodeo Sport 2001 fuse box diagram [PDF]||50.4kb||Download|
|Isuzu Rodeo Workshop Repair Manuals + Wiring Diagrams [PDF]||89.7kb||Download|
Isuzu Rodeo background information
The Isuzu Rodeo is a medium-sized sports utility or SUV manufactured by Isuzu since 1989. It was also manufactured by General Motors under its Chevrolet brands in Bolivia, Ecuador and Egypt, Opel in Europe and Africa, Vauxhall in the United Kingdom, Holden in Australia and New Zealand. It was also marketed by Honda in North America in Canada and the US.
The Isuzu Rodeo was designed to compete in the North American SUV segment in the early 1990s, sharing a platform with the Isuzu P’up (Isuzu Faster) manufactured between 1972–2002. It was available in 5 doors and a 3-door convertible version called Isuzu Amigo (Later the Isuzu Amigo would be called Rodeo Sport in North America) with a 4 or 6-cylinder gasoline engine / Automatic or Manual 5-speed in 4×2 or 4×4 drive. In Asia it was manufactured in Japan and Thailand in Gasoline and Diesel versions.2
General Motors made the Isuzu Rodeo as the Chevrolet Rodeo, there were also Opel, Vauxhall, Holden Frontera branded versions, Honda North America marketed it in the US and Canada, their own version called the Honda Passport which only consisted of logo changes.
Isuzu Rodeo/Wizard & Isuzu Amigo/Mu 1989 – 1998
The Isuzu Mu 3-door convertible was introduced in Japan in 1989, in 1990 the Isuzu Wizzard 5-door was introduced.1
In North America it was marketed in the second quarter as the Isuzu Amigo (Mu) and was discontinued in 1994. The Isuzu Rodeo (Wizard) was introduced in 1990 as a 1991 model.
General Motors Europe marketed the Frontera (5-door) and Frontera Sport (3-door convertible) at its Opel (Europe) and Vauxhall dealerships. In Gasoline and Diesel Mechanics only available in 4×4 manual transmission.
Isuzu Rodeo/Wizard & Isuzu Amigo/Mu 1999 – 2004
The Isuzu Rodeo and Amigo (3-door convertible) were introduced in the US as a 1998 model. In Japan, the Isuzu Wizzard 5-door and Mu 3-door were introduced, respectively.
General Motors Europe marketed the Frontera (5-door) and Frontera Sport (3-door convertible) at its Opel (Europe) and Vauxhall dealerships. In Gasoline and Diesel mechanics only available in 4×4 manual transmission.
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