Question about 1988 Mazda 626 Turbo
Went for a drive from Brisbane to Gold Coast then to Sunshine Coast. Car died going up a hill - car totally switched off. Everything went dead! Called a RACQ said it was the alternator - can not find out how to get it out!!! I have looked for an online workshop manual. Everything thing is in the way - turbo inter cooler, engine, several wires, air hoses, fuel hoses etc. Is there a quicker way of taking out the alternator without removing several vital pieces of automotive equipment? Also a manual to remove and reinstall the fuel pump would also be appreciated
Hi am just up the road on the SSC, it is easier to remove the alternator from underneath the vehicle & if you look under the carpet under the rear seat there is a plate which gives you access to the fuel pump cover in the tank. The pump can be accessed from there. If you want the workshop Manuals I have just uploaded them.
You can download the GD 626 Workshop manual & the Turbo supplement by going to the 626.net site.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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