Question about 2001 Mazda Tribute
Engine is running steering wheel turns... but the little key light on the dash is blinking. strange. It was working fine last night.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: check engine light is blinking
check the spark plug wires for dry rotting and check the order there in starting from the back of the motor left to right the order go's 1..2..3 and then the front left to right the order go's 4..5..6 also make sure that all the wires are plugged in the right order on the distributor also it could be your TCS or "TRACTION CONTROL SYSTEM"
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
SOURCE: My 2001 Mazda tribute column
The same thing happened to my 2001 Mazda Tribute. It was stuck in Neutral. The shifter cable fell off the little metal post under the steering column. To fix it I removed the plastic column covers. Put the round end of the cable back on the little silver colored post. Then secured it on the post with a ring type push nut from Ace Hardware. Total cost of repair was sixty cents. The cables are not always broken. They just fall of the little post.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
sounds like a wheel bearing maybe faulty from your text it sounds like it could be the osf you could try jacking vehicle up with engine off handbrake applied and in neutral spin the wheel and see if it makes noise or wiggle it to see if it has any play possibly take off greade cap and see if any grease in bearing /
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
Definitely an easier way. Not familiar with your exact model but usually there are two side strips that are removable to reveal a couple of holes on each side. At the bottom of these holes are retaining clips that need to be disengaged to remove the unit. You can buy a removal tool that is a pair U shaped wires to poke in the holes and press outwards to release the clips. You can also make one out of coat hanger wire. It is a good idea to coat the face of the radio with tape to avoid any scratches. If your radio doesn't come out exactly like this the principle will be similar.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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