Question about 2005 Mazda Tribute
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: replaced differential
its inside the rear drive housing so you wont actually see it!
Its the centre where the drive shaft attatches if you get under & look for signs that the bolts have been cleaned or the threads are clean & [shiny] & the gaskets look new its a good sign that it was done
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
Start with the basics. could be something as simple as the fuse. I have a 03 Tribute so i guess it is the same model as yours! if so. The fuse can be found in the fuse box in the passenger footwell. There is a small inspection plastic cover in the kick panel. if you un clip the cover, on the reverse side you will find a tool that clips onto the mini blade fuses to extract them (very useful). Also on the reverse side of the cover is a list of the fuses and to what it relates. The rear wiper fuse from memory is approx a 1/4 of the way down the left column of fuses 10A but just confirm on the list. Mini blade fuses are usually coloured but transparent so you will be able to see if the fuse element is still in tact, but always best to double check with a continuity meter. Hope this helps. Simon.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
You are probably looking at about an hour per side. Brakes and backing plate must be removed. then the mounting bolts for the axle itself must be removed. this operation should be performed one side at a time in order to save the fluid inside the differential casing. It will become imperative that both oil seals are changed with the bearings. P.S. depending on the graciousness of the engineers, you may not have to remove the backing plates. Thank you, Dana
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
I need to remove the two hoses from my fuel filter on 2003 mazda tribute so as to replace the filter but am having trouble ! Do I need a special tool or can I use pliers and just squeeze it where the little holes are and the clips inside and slide it off?
Posted on Nov 11, 2012
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