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  • Elaine Maniapotot Jul 10, 2013

    So sorry Peter, problem solved anyway

  • Elaine Maniapotot Jul 10, 2013

    Thank you for your time Peter

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No question !!

Posted on Jul 09, 2013

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I need a copmlete used Engine for a Mazda proceed cab plus year 1992,2.6l petrol. please help.


When going to purchase a new engine, why don't you make a choice between a used one or a rebuilt engine model, that is an exact fit with your Mazda's engine. As it is mostly used by car owners who have a preference of going in for used car parts. You can take a look to find almost all types of cars or trucks besides marine used engines here at www.hiperformer.com. They offer genuine OEM certification and a 1 yr warranty on parts.

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1992 mx-3 v6 won't start. will hit sparaticly as if about to start but just won't catch. checked crank pos. sensor. need suggestions on how to proceed.


Check for a blue snapping spark on 2 or 3 plug wires(or all of them). If you get good spark, then ignition is likely not the problem. A weak or sporadic spark could be a bad coil or coil pack, or a bad ignition module (the ignitor).Check the coils with a volt-ohmmeter per the specs for your car. The ignitor can be tested at a parts store.
If spark is good, check fuel filter, fuel pressure, check timing marks on crank pulley and cam marks, Try a little starting fluid in the air intake and see if it runs for a moment. If so, then it's likely a fuel delivery problem. If no change, then it's likely an ignition circuit problem.
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SOUND LIKE FUEL PUMP DAMAGED BECAUSE LACK OF FUEL. FUEL IN TANK.FUEL KEEP FUEL PUMP COOL AND LUBRICATED IF FUEL TANK GET TOO LOW OR EMPTY CAUSE FUEL PUMP OVER HEAT DAMAGE.

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What is the firing order for a 1992 mazda 929


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How to remove the starter on a 1992 626 mazda


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  • Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  • Remove the fresh air duct and resonance chamber.
  • Label and remove the electrical connectors and remove the air cleaner assembly.
  • Remove the intake manifold bracket.
  • Label and disconnect the wiring at the starter.
  • Remove the starter bolts and remove the starter

for a 2.5L engine
  1. disconnect the neg. battery cable.
  2. Remove the fresh air duct. Disconnect the electrical connector and remove the air cleaner assembly.
  3. If equiped with automatic transaxel, proceed as follows:
  • relieve the fuel system pressure. drain the cooling system.
  • disconnect the accelerator cable from the throttle body. label and disconnect the electrical connections, vaccum hoses and coolant hoses from the throttle body.
  • remove the throttle body.
  • disconnect and plug the fuel supply and lines.
  • disconnect the transaxel selector cable from the transaxle and remove the cable bracket.
  • remove the starter bracket.
4.label and disconnect the wiring at the starter.
5. remove the starter mounting bolts and remove the starter.


Instalation for both are the reverse of the removal.

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nope diffrent trans man not to mention obd1 for 92 obd2 for 96 lots of work man not somthing i would call easy

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