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Low beam head light bulb replace 2000-2006 Mazda Mpv .... My step dad and I successfully replaced a headlight yesterday! :-) ...I've lost it trying to replace the bulb. if anyone can let me know I would really appriciate it thanks ! ..... 5:00. Cleaning your IAC to fix rough idle on 2000 or 2001 Mazda MPV ...
I think they are located in between sparkplugs 3 and 4 and are accessible by removing the gromit that the wiring goes through. You need to flick the wiring plug off with a small screwdriver then you can get to the sensor with s socket and extension.
easy answer, you can't..
You may be able to get a second hand unit and then remove your existing starter and fit the replacement but I would NOT advise you to disassemble the starter motor yourself.
There are parts inside the motor (bushes and brushes) that will be damaged by incorrect disassembly. The springs which maintain contact between the brushes and the commutator can (and do) pop out and disappear into the wide world and replacing them can prove difficult.
The solenoid WILL be damaged if you attempt to disassemble it incorrectly and some solenoids have several small parts which will fly out and end up in the same place as the brush springs, the same place socks, earings and loose change go to.. the land of nowhere.
So, either change the starter yourself or bite the bullet and take the starter to a qualified person..
Remember, if you really want to remove the starter yourself, disconnect the negative battery cable at the battery BEFORE you do anything else..
The spark plugs are under the aluminum engine cover plate on the top of the engine. ( The one that has the raised ribs and has the 2.4 on it) You need to remove the 4 bolts that hold the plate on the engine and then you will see the spark plugs in the center of the head in between the cam towers. Once you get the plate off, you can't miss them.
You can clear these if less than 60% blocked by giving the car a good blast on the motorway going through the revs. If your car is on limp mode you do need to replace the particulate filter as the blockage is too much to regenerate. I have found a company that does these very cheap and are technicly brilliant i had many questions and they seemed to answer correctly with confidence. They supplied the part to me for £500, i have checked from this for the automotive solutions guys that did it for £450 but couldnt find them which is why i went with these. The company is Onlineautomotive.co.uk and i spoke to someone Called Darrell. There number is anyone wants it is 0844 880 4149 he did giv me a direct number but im sure he wouldnt want me to list that on here as its his work mobile.
Your door should be held on with clips. Removing the panel is sometimes hard, just take a good WIDE flat head screwdriver, and whatever tool needed to remove the screws holding the panel on, and be careful. Check underneath the panel, by the inside handle, and the arm point for screws. Once removed, take your WIDE screw driver, and don't quite pry them off, more or less try to get it underneath and pull towards yourself. There is no real easy way, just try to be patient with it, and if you hit any binds, look for more screws, its just a matter of patience for sure.
The thermostats on Mazdas are notorious for kicking out and causing the fans to either not initiate or go on without effective results. My Protege went through 3 before I got my Miata, and I learned how to change the thermostat when it went out the first time. Hopefully, there won't be a second time, but whenever the car overheats and I notice the fans don't come one, I always assume it's the thermostat, and that's always the cause. If you don't want to fix it yourself, take it to a dealer, they're very accustomed to changing thermostats in Mazdas, believe me.
there should be a black box under the dash assosiated to the keyless entry you need to open it and there should be two pins next to each other you need to arc them together with a screwdriver you should see the blinkers flash then without releasing the screw driver press the button on the remote pad repeat this for the other remote