Question about 1997 Mazda 626
I cant get one of the bolts out of the cv axel engine mounting braket. i have all but the one out the cv axel is actually blocking the bolts from coming all the way out i dont even see how they got it in stumped
This is a bracket mount that has the axle shaft going thru it on the passenger side . the axle must be removed from mount before it can be removed . there is a single bolt that presses against the axle shaft bearing and a snap ring that holds the bearing in the mount once removed the axle will slide out .
Posted on Mar 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
CHECK ALL OF THE HOSES, LOOK FOR ANY LEAKS OF ANTIFREEZE,CHECK THERMASAT SOMETIMES THEY CAN GET STUCK AND WON'T OPEN SO IT CLOSES UP AND DOESN'T ALLOW ANTIFREEZE TO PASS THREW THE MOTOR AND DOESN'T REACH THE TEMPERTATURE REQUIRED,TRY FLUSHING THE RADIATOR,IF NOT CHECK OUT YOUR WATERPUMP MAYBE ITS NOT WORKING,TRY GETTING FIX SOON IF IT OVERHEATS TO MUCH IT CAN BLOW YOUR HEADGASKET
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
try calling a junkyard and see if they will tell you the enterchange ok good luck
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
Disconnect battery, so no one will accidentally turn engine over while distributor is out, and be sure you don't turn it over by hand either for some reason. Number your plug wires, before you pull them off. Mark spots on distributor base & head for re-alignment. Remove distributor cap & mark distributor where rotor is pointing on top. Remove your hold down bolts and as you pull distributor out slowly, watch as is turns slightly & mark where rotor is after it's ready to come out, as that will be your starting point for re-installing so that rotor aligns correctly with first mark when distributor is put all the way back in. Distributor will rotate slightly as it comes out , and will rotate slightly the opposite way going back in, that's why the marks.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
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