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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Dont worry to much the Millenia is a non-interference engine so the valves did not get bent. You just need to re-adjust the belt again in its proper position.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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here are a few problems to look out for:
Check-engine light: Check engine light comes on due to carbon buildup on the exhaust valves of 2.5L engine. (1995-02)
Engine noise: Some engines make a metallic tapping noise requiring a new friction-gear spring on the camshaft. (1995)
Headlights: The headlight drain hoses can get kinked by the aiming screws causing fogging. (1995-96)
Keys: It may be hard to turn the ignition key because the steering shaft is not positioned correctly. (1995)
Steering problems: The steering wheel may be off center requiring adjustment of the tie rods. (1995). You can also have a look at the following website where some owner have given their opinions on owning one. http://www.carsurvey.org/reviews/mazda/millenia/r68654/comments/
Posted on May 20, 2009
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if you look under the hood there is a fuse box that will have a large fuse that is labeled btn. what you need to do is pull this fuse and then hold the brake pedal for about a minute. we call this fuse the back to normal fuse because when you do this it will clear every thing in the memory and put it back to normal operating specs
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
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I'm assuming no-one deliberately added petrol to the cooling water. You'll probably find there's a heap of oil in there too. It sounds like you've got a cracked head or a dead head gasket. Pull the head off and check. You could also do a leak-down test or a compression test to try and tell where the problem is.
A note on the side - the car probably overheated BEFORE the oil/petrol leaked into the coolant. If you continued to try to run the car, the overheating would have got worse and worse - resulting in a crack or the gasket being destroyed.
If you're not mechanically minded, you've probably got a rather large problem on your hands and need to get someone else to look at it.
Sorry to give you bad news...
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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