Question about 2004 Mazda MPV
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Check engine light.
ok the bank 1 is where the cilinder one is get a firing order and see where is the number one cylinder that's the bank one
then follow the exaust and replace the sensor after the catalitic
Posted on May 29, 2008
SOURCE: My car is having difficulty
I have the same problem, I replace the O2 sensors and nothing??????? I have no idea what to do to take care of the problem. I have just ordered a new and improved throttle body. according to the Mazda6 forum, the throttle body on the 03 model was junk. I'll keep you posted.
On a side note, I was transferred to Richmond, VA for Columbus, OH about an 8 hour drive. I have driven back and forth about 4 times with the check engine light on and have had no problems. my email is email@example.com if you find a solution please let me know and I will do the same.
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
P2196 REFER TO THE O2 SENSOR ONLY ???
the most cause of it :-
air intake restricted
check for that and ask me for more information
with my best wishes
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
this vehicle uses a steering control module and the antilock control module. Both modules get a signal from the steering angle sensor. We found that the steering module didnot show a steering sensor code but the ABS module did show the code.
after checking that the wiring was intact and with good continuity, it was determined that the fault lies in the ABS module.
A new ABS module and configuration confirmed the diagnosis. It's fixed!
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
SOURCE: I have a 2004 Mazda
It can be hard to say which it is, because either one will trip the the code, but in this case I'd place my bet on it being the O2 sensor because it says "warm up" - the O2 sensor has to be up to temperature (around 900 degrees) to function. The computer watches for the O2 sensor to heat up in a certain amount of time, and if it doesn't get to temperature soon enough, the computer diagnoses a faulty heater for the O2 sensor and trips the code.
For the record, this would be the secondary O2 sensor, the one after the cat. That's the one that is used to determine cat functionality and efficiency. The primary sensor, before the cat, is used to fine-tune the fuel delivery.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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