Question about 2001 Mazda MPV
I have a Mazda MPV 2001. I was driving slowly on a residential street with 5-10 mph. I went over a speed bump and at that moment my playing radio went off and never started again. Everything else electric works fine - all controls on the dashboard are ok. Just the radio went dead. I looked at the fuse for the radio, it is fine. I took off the panel and took out the radio to see if some cables were disconnected, but they all fit tightly in their places. It must be some cable somewhere... Maybe in the front around the engine. Have no idea what to do next.
You did not state whether you have the base radio or the premium radio but you need to check the 15A CIGAR FUSE and the 10A ROOM FUSE in what Mazda calls the joint box. If you have the premium radio, you need to check the 10A AUDIO FUSE also.
Posted on Nov 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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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I've seen this problem before in other cars. Your electric fuel pump is cavitating and instead of putting just fuel into your fuel line it is putting in an air fuel mix. It will only get worse. To be sure check your fuel line pressure. I'm sure you will find it low. If it is replace the fuel pump.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
SOURCE: 2000 Mazda MPV radio is "dead"
The cigarette lighter fuse also controls the radio on the 2000 mpv, though it's not clearly marked on the panel description. Try replacing that one. The bigger question, however, is why the fuse blew. Check anything plugged in to those ports to see what might have blown the fuse.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
SOURCE: 2001 Mazda MPV lost power
You got it, definetely is the symptoms of a bad catalytic converter including the smell.
Fortunately there is only one
Unfortunately they are very costly
You may also notice that if the vehicle is idling for awhile and you look underneath the exhaust may be glowing red in some areas, extremely hot
Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 20, 2011
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