Question about 1998 Mazda 323 F
Try diagnosing it yourself first, remove the crank sens clean it off, connect a multimeter set to 200-500 ohms will do, see if it reads if it does connect the sensor back to the car with the meter still attached set it to ac turn the engine over it should be between .2 and 2 volts repeat on the cam sensor. see were you go from there
hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
well, with all that you have changed the only two possible things that are left PCM and the ECM....
Do you have an alarm system on this vehicle? If you purchased this car second hand it may have something that is inhibiting the engine from firing. From what you have told us here that would be where I would start looking.
I really hope this is helpfull
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
SOURCE: 2000 Mazda 626
i had a similar problem with my 626,what sorted it for me was to clean the crankcase breather tube on top of the rocker cover.The little valve inside this seems to stick but spraying some air intake cleaner (comes in an aerosol can) frees it out and allows the engine to breath better and so tick over evenly.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
SOURCE: no spark after warming
Could be the ignition control module or the ignitin coil
I had the same problem with a 91 cavelier ran til it got warm then quit
once it cooled down it woun run good again.
tried everything and it was the ignition control module
Posted on May 09, 2009
I had the same problem I was told by a mechanic once i got started to change to a heavier wait oil and that would take care of it and it did. mine is a 6 speed so we went against manual and pulled it off it started and has run well from that point on hope this helps someone
Posted on May 15, 2009
There seem to be 4 sensors along the way in the air intake and emissions system.
My Check Engine light indicated a bad sensor 1, bank 2 code (I think).
I had my mechanic replace the sensor that was indicated as faulty... cost = $191.
Then the Check Engine light came on again (with a different code), and I had to leave the van with him all day.
Cost to replace and install that sensor = $115.
My advice: if the Check Engine light stays on *AND* your vehicle is riding rough, get it fixed.
Otherwise, put a piece of tape over that Check Engine light and save a couple hundred dollars!
Hope this helps, I do trust my mechanic fully.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
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