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Trying to find sensors for coils
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: coil problem [ misfire DTC code]
rx8 have a history of coil packs going bad internally and grounding out. best way to check if theyre bad is to pull the packs and inspect the back side. if you have discolorationg on the back side your packs are bad or are going to be bad soon. inspect the plugs if they are fouled or burnt replace them along with the coil packs.its a good idea to replace the wires too. and do not use cheap aftermarket parts. this will only cause more problems in the future. use oem or performance parts.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
SOURCE: O2 sensor
There should be two O2 sensors. If you look inbetween the engine and radiator following the exhaust manifold down to the exhaust pipe you should run into the 1st O2 sensor, following the pipe down stream under the vehical towards the catalytic converter you should find the second O2 sensor. The 1st O2 should be easy but the 2nd might be difficult depending on your abilities. Coils will depend on 4 or 6 cyls, 1 for each cyl. Repair man, go to, pep boys, napa, auto zone, advanced auto parts to name a few.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
Very easy for the Mass Air Flow Sensor....it is in the duct between the throttle body and the air filter box. Just unclamp the tube and remove the old and replace with the new.
On your pack....I need the engine size.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
im trying to fix the break lights in my mazda b2200 its a 92 i fryed all the break light wires and dont know where they run to if i could have some one tell me where they run to it would really help
Posted on Jul 15, 2011
SOURCE: mazda 2000 astina flat spot
I have seen the rotor button cause hesitation on take off, on several different Mazda Astina's.
Not a certainty, but a probable cause regardless.
Posted on Nov 09, 2011
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