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1994 mazda protege dx 1.8 sohc want to change to dohc what do i do thanks

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You would have to change the entire motor, trans, ecu and wiring harness and other things

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it should be replaced when you start to see wear and tear on the belt or when it breaks (obviously)

I would recomend you take you car to a shop to have it replaced, its very complicated.

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SOURCE: Need confirmation that 5 Speed Transmission out 1993 Mazda Protege SOHC 1.8 liter Will Bolt up to the Same L-4 Block Engine /Mounts in the 1990 Mazda Protege LX 1.8 liter DOHC

try calling a junkyard and see if they will tell you the enterchange ok good luck

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hey srinivasbham,

This is how i would start, the most common problem with loosing your power steering is low fluid. The first thing i would do is check your power steering level. If it is significantly low, this is most likely your problem, just top it off and your on your way. Two other common problems are the power steering pump failing and a loose serpentine belt.

If the pump is failing then it starts to make a groaning noise, but before you think the pump is bad make sure the fluid is full. Also if your serpentine belt is the problem you will get a high pitch squeal while turning.
Start their, and let me know i you need more info.

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SOURCE: how to install piston rings mazda protege 1.5 dohc 1998

Do you mean the whole job or just putting the rings on the piston that has been removed and cleaned?? If you mean the whole job then you need a service manual. Also the parts store can show you how to install the rings on the pistons.

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How to replace the serpentine belt of protege 5 2002, also need the routing diagram


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Click on the following free direct Link. It has the Belt Diagrams for the 1997 Mazda Protege with either the 1.5L DOHC In-Line 4-Cylinder or 1.8L DOHC In-Line 4-Cylinder Engines; along with various engine options (AC/No AC, etc.). Included are Instrucional Diagrams for loosening (for removal) and tightening (for replacement) using the Adjustment and Locking Bolts/Nuts.
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Click on the following free direct Link. It has the Belt Diagrams for your 2002 Mazda Protege 5 2.0L DOHC In-Line 4-Cylinder Engine; along with various engine options (AC/No AC, etc.). Included are Instructional Diagrams for loosening (for removal) and tightening (for replacement) using the Adjustment and Locking Bolts/Nuts.
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Timing belt replacement


it should be replaced when you start to see wear and tear on the belt or when it breaks (obviously)

I would recomend you take you car to a shop to have it replaced, its very complicated.

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try buying new points (yes there called points) gap them then install them, they go under the distributor cap, by the condenser, also, the sparkplug wires go in a certin order so if your not sure call an michanics shop and tell them what kind of car you have and they'll tell you what order they should go in. also did you gap the spark plugs??

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