Question about 2007 Mazda B2300
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Follow the top hose from the radiator to the top of the engine. That point is where the Thermostat is located. Make sure the car is fully cooled. Remove the hose at the engine and catch the antifreeze that dumps out. You cant dump that down the drain. There will be a fixture under that hose that needs to be remove. two or three bolts. Under that fixture is the thermostat. Pull it out and replace. Put it back together and you are good to go. Refill the radiator, test and top off if need be and you are done. Keep in mind you may have to remove a couple of things like the air intake.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Usually there is a idler that can be "unsprung" with a 1/2 drive ratcher, look for the square drive hole and turn in the direction that would relieve tension. there may also be a bolt that tensions the idler, loosen bolt. My Plymouth had a hydraulic (sort of) tensioner. It was a small piece that had a pin coming out the bottom that acted on an idler. You unbolt the piece and the tension would relax. To install, you had to chuck it in a vice and turn the vice slowly to push the pin in against a VERY heavy spring, then you put a small drill bit in a keeper hole to keep it retracted, bolt it in and pull the pin and it would expand putting tension on the idler.
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
this model the colum has a split plastic shell that come apart screws are in some holes philups screwdriver or torx driver#15 plastic will come apart and u can access the ingnition switch
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
Ask local parts store to recommend door panel removal tools. Inexpensive. Custom made for many different application and type of cars.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P1443 indicates a failure in the EVAP canister purge valve circuit. The Evaporative Emissions (EVAP) Canister Purge (CP) valve controls the flow of vapors from the fuel vapor storage canister to the intake manifold during various engine operating modes. It may need nothing more than a good cleaning, vacuum hose connected or that is leaking, or may need more. I suggest you seek out the services of a good mechanic. Do not just throw parts at this. The code does not mean that any part needs replacing. It just means the EVAP system is being effected.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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