Question about Mazda Cars & Trucks
Pull the drive shaft, (4 wheel drive) remove the transfer case, Put a jack under it and support it, remove the mount nuts, jack it up, remove the cross member, remove the starter and any covers in front, remove the torque converter nuts/ bolts, Lower it, keeping it supported some what. Remove the bell housing bolts. Jack it up a little and slide it back. Lower it and remove all the electrical connectors. remove the shifter cable. Pull it out and replace. You really need a manual for this job. Good luck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The ignition power pack and (aka ignition coil) is located on the 2004 Mazda MPV at the end of each spark plug wire on top of the spark plug. The front ones are easy to replace and all 3 can be done in about 30 min. The back ones are another issue. I had to take off the intake manifold on the top of the engine to get to them. This was about a 5 hour job. The installation of the new unit is pretty simple once you gain access to them. you simply disconnect a clip on wire and take out one screw and reverse the process to put in the new ones. Factory units run about $80 each. You can get them at other locations in after markets for as low as $55. Good Luck.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
SOURCE: how to remove radio
You need a pair of U shaped unlocking tools. They are available at stereo installer stores, or even best buy, I fabricated a set out of a coat hanger! You pop the bezel off around the radio, and the release tools get inserted on the left and right sides of the radio deck
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
Ford Escape and Mazda Tribute same engine same problem check out Catalytic Converter problems on both in the long run will have to replace all 3 of the converters may blow a hole in the EGR valve too. Go for after market parts will save you money and not going thru a dealership will help but expect to pay close tto $1,800 mostly due to labor to replace these parts. If you have a check engine light try going to Auto parts store and use their computer to check out code. Not getting this fixed will leave you stranded when it goes. Vehicle will suddenly bogg down and trust me when your doing 60 mph on the hwy. and suddenly this happens to you not a good feeling. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 03, 2011
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