Question about 1999 Mazda 626
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: transmission filter
That car was available with 2 different transmissions.1 is the CD4E.That trans,the filter is only accessable if rebuilding the trans.You literally have to tear down the trans to get to the filter,so just drain and refill that one on a service.The other trans it could have is the GF4AEL,and that one has two pans.The filter is located in the bottom pan.Good luck.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
The transmission range sensor aka neutral safety switch is located underneath the air filter on top of the transaxle and very easy to access. Replace this part (around $50) and it will solve your problem.
What happens is this, when your tranny warms up, it disperses heat to the sensor switch and if its faulty or worn out, will send faulty relays to the transmissiom computer module (TCM) and makes the transmission shift irratically (OD to 3rd and back while driving at freeway speeds). You tranny is not overheating like most people believe, its the switch. Mechanics are telling alot of people that their tranny needs replaced. Watch Out For These People!! They only want your money!!
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
For 1996 Mazda 626 2.5L MFI DOHC
6cyl the Fuel Filter is located under hood, driver side, engine side of strut tower,
below air filter housing, mounted in fuel line.
Hope helps (remember rated this).
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
The fuelpump is located in the fueltank and is accessible by removing the rear seat squab. Under the squab is a service panel that will have a few screws holding it down. remove the panel and instead of removing the pump try giving it a firm rap with a hammer handle or piece of solid wood taking care not to damage the wiring or fuel lines exiting the top of the pump assembly. This may be enough to get the pump to work again.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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