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I want to buy Mazda 626, 1988 model, sudan with automatic gear. I am not use to mazda. Kindly advice me on the commom problems of the car and some maintainace practice i should be doing to make the car a good machine. More so, how do i solve the problem of shaft. I was told that the car always have that problem.

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hi

it seems that the gear bushings have worn out. you need to take your car to a mechanic to have the bushings changed. Also, please check it your car has enough Automatic Transmission Fluid.

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With any vehicle that has a hydraulic clutch, a worn master cylinder or slave cylinder will give this very symptom. First step is to check the fluid in the resivor. If it is low, you will want to check for fluid bypassing the seals. Be sure to check under the rubber dust cover as fluid can collect there and not be readily visible. Also, if the fluid in the resivor is dark colored, it is an indication of the internal seals going bad and you will need to replace the cylinders.

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