Question about 2001 Mazda MPV
If it is turning over when it does not start, may be a fuel pump going bad. Gets hot and stalls out and won\'t start till it cools
down. Must be replaced. Check fuel filter as well. Could also be something as simple as a bad battery, starter or alternator connection... Corrosion is a bummer!
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you do not here the motor then its the regulator or motor that needs to be replaced/ cif you hear the motor check the control switch on the trim panle coould be just a five dollar part to replace/ Please rate my response thank you very much
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
If you remove the fuse for the flashers, the key will come out. I keep the fuse handy in case I need to use the flashers and I'll just plug it back in!
Posted on Jun 11, 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
Testimonial: "Thanks for taking the time to post your advice re my MPV problem. Although not a definitive solution, it's certainly good advice."
I was browsing unsolved problems. If you still have the problem, I'll try to help you. But it's going to be awhile trying to communicate back and forth. First...Check the engine for spark. Take off a plug wire and stick a screw driver in the wire end and place the metal part of the screw driver next to something on the van that's metal. Have someone crank it over for just a second or two and see if a small spark jumps from the screw driver to the metal part. I'll check back for your answer.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
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