Question about Cars & Trucks
Need instuctions of how to take it out and place it back in also to make sure it was placed properly . my main concern is that it works when finished. also to have you detailed step by step information and any reccomendations for this problem. if nothing else to guide me to the web site for the way to place it in. maybe like a blue print and lots of pictures this will help me see what is necessary. thank you for your time Greg.
Getta haynesmanual at partsplace--library has chiltonbooks--or go magicmechanic chec the ed center or send him the issue--he replys
Posted on Dec 11, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fuel Filter
FUEL FILTER REPLACEMENT
1. Reduce the internal pressure of the fuel pipes and hoses by completing the following operations. (1)
Disconnect the fuel pump harness after removing the rear seat cushion. (2)
Start the engine and after it stalls, turn the ignition switch OFF. (3)
Disconnect the battery negative (-) terminal.
Connect the fuel pump harness connector
2. Remove the bolt connecting the fuel line with the fuel filter. Cover with a shop towel to avoid gasoline from splashing. 3. Remove the fuel filter mounting bolt, then remove the fuel filter from the fuel filter clamp. 4. After replacing the fuel filter, check for fuel leaks.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
The thermostat on the 2002 Mazda 626 2.5 liter V6 is located at the opposite end of the lower radiator hose (near the block). It is nestled between the air-cleaner assembly and the intake manifold (on the driver side). You have to first remove the air-cleaner housing (The top half has several things attached to it; you don't have to completely remove the top half - just sort of move it aside after it hans been unencumbered; the bottom half must be completely removed as this is the area you will be working in.) The thermostat housings' top half can then be ubolted from the bottom half but you can not remove it or pull it aside to gain access to the actual thermostat until you unbolt the ignition coil pack. Mazda uses a strange metal sleeve to protect the lower radiator hose (I assume that's what it's for). There are three bolts holding the pack on (if I remember correctly, two of them hold the sleeve in place as well). After you free the sleeve you can then move the thermostat housings' top half aside and pull the thermostat out. Good luck putting it all back together - it's sort of like a jigsaw puzzle. BTW this is by far the hardest thermo I've ever had to replace.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
well if your car is running normal and not bucking and stalling and shimming all over then i would think about changing the tachometer perhaps good place to start.John
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
I just did this job on my 98 regal, and I own the service manuals also. The lower control arm bushing that usually goes, is the front one. The rear one doesn't usually go, it is horizontally mounted. The front one for some reason is vertical. The control arm must be removed, and put in a vise. The front bushings outer metal sleeve, must be driven out with a chisel. It comes out easily. The new bushing can be tapped in with a hammer. Hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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