Question about 1994 Mazda 626
When I got in it to leave I put it in gear and it died and never started again it has a manual transmission I replaced the distributor because it wasn't getting fire to the #1 plug but now it's getting fire but still won't start I don't know what else it can be it's getting fuel
Sounds like you slipped a gear tooth on the distributor or sheared the pin. Check the timing with a timing light. Bet you are off some 25 degrees.
Posted on Mar 24, 2014
Testimonial: "I'm getting good fire now got it in timing but getting to much fuel pulled the plugs and there soaked with gas so expecting the fuel regulator is bad giving to much gas flooding the engine out is that possible"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hi, I have a 91
I had a similar problem and did the same thing. I late found out it was due to a blown capacitor in the ECM (computer module). I had the ECM repaired and it has have working trouble free for a year now.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
SOURCE: No spark?
Hi, common thing with the mazda was the coil or the ignition amplifier going faulty, both of which are located within the distributor, the coil ususally gives the symptoms you describe, a weak spark. The coil is the most common failure aswell for your vehicle i would recommend a new one, also make sure distributor is spinning as it could just be a case of a broken timing belt.
Good luck Davelee
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
SOURCE: hesitation during acceleration
could be the type of plug you are using.I was told only to use ngk plugs.I recently put bosch plugs in my mazda 3 and the check engine light came on and it started missfiring.
Posted on May 03, 2009
Before you replace the fuel pump, I would check the cheaiper parts first. Such as fuel filter and injectors.
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
I would try spark plugs and wires. If it was a fuel line you would see the leak or atleast smell it very strongly. If the problem still exists after new plugs and wires try the distributor cap.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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