Isuzu Service & Repair

Common Services for Isuzu

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  • Battery Replacement
  • Timing Belt Replacement
  • Air Filter Replacement
  • Clutch Replacement
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  • Cabin Air Filter Replacement
  • Oil Service
  • Wheel Bearing Replacement
  • Fuel Pump Replacement
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  • Alternator Replacement
  • Water Pump Replacement
  • Brake Fluid Replacement/Flush
  • AC Recharge

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50 NHTSA Vehicle Safety Recalls for Isuzu

10/07/2005

ID# 181416 CERTAIN SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES THAT HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO FUEL CONTAMINATED WITH SILICON MAY DEVELOP SMALL PIN HOLES IN THE FUEL PUMP FEED PORT. SILICON HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED IN THE FUEL SYSTEMS OF AFFECTED VEHICLES AND IN CERTAIN FUEL AVAILABLE IN THE REGION OF TYLER, TEXAS. THIS RECALL WILL BE LAUNCHED FOR VEHICLES REGISTERED IN TEXAS AND THE FOUR SURROUNDING STATES: OKLAHOMA, ARKANSAS, NEW MEXICO AND LOUISIANA.

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