Question about 1996 Mazda 626
When I try to start my car, the engine tries and tries and tries to turn over. Sometimes it will catch after a while, but only barely, then die. If that happens, I can immediately try again and it will start quickly. Sometimes it's not that difficult. When I accelerate on the highway to get up to speed, my car hesitates for a few seconds around 3500 RPM and feels like it almost loses power.
I just changed my fuel filter, but I'm thinking I need to change the fuel pump. Does anybody know how to do that?
Have the fuel psi check before you change pump,check air filter and spark plugs .
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the Fuel injection system (injectors) and the intake manifold. It might also be wise to check the alternator as well as the starter coil and also the electronic distributor
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
have you checked the engine for vacume leaks or advanced timing or even sticking accelorator cable or linkage? these are always a good place to start for excess acceleration
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
Check for any vacuum leaks by spraying WD-40 all around the top section of the engine while it is running. If you here the engine start to stumble then concentrate the spray on that area until you locate a loose or worn vacuum line. Also you may have to have your throttle position switch(tps) and or your crankshaft position sensor(cps) tested for integrity.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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