I just sold my '95 Rodeo, but what I can tell you is a common occurrance is
the speedometer gear losing teeth ($20 part} which will not only leave you
guessing your speed, but the computer will not know the correct fuel/air
mixture to use and cause stalling. The part itself is located on the rear of
the transmission, just forward of the universal joint on the passenger side.
Look for the 3-wire harness connection, and use a 10mm socket to remove the
unit. Don't buy the entire sending unit ($130+), just the small nylon gear
on a metal post.
Window regulators go out also, and while not cheap they are simple to
replace. Again, don't buy the entire regulator/motor if the motor is still
working. The regulator by itself will run $78-$89 from most dealers.
The cheapest repair was when the tailgate release wouldn't work, and all it
took was a $1.39 spring from the dealer and about 30 minutes.
For good schematics, go to hondaautomotiveparts.com and look up Honda
Passport, which were assembled on the same Lafayette, Indiana assembly line.