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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
possible ignition coil itself because tachometer takes signal from ignition coil.you may also have check engine light on too.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
the oil leak is due to the rubber "o" ring at the edge of the distributor, the part that goes into the cylinder head.
the ring hardens over time and won't make a good seal allowing oil to leak out.
mark the position of the distributor before removing, this will prevent you from loosing ignition timing.
only two ten mill. bolts holding it to the head.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
SOURCE: 2001 mazda millenia 2.5L dohc.
because the way fixya is set up i can not see the other advice that you have gotten from the other experts but i can see your response to them, so if i cover some ground that has already been covered i will apologize in advance.
lets start with the oil on top of the spark plug boots there is o-rings that are under the valve cover that go around the spark plug hole they must be leaking, and allowing oil to run into the spark plug well.
the little blast of pressure you got from the EVAP valve is normal, as a mater of fact it is good it is telling me that the EVAP system has no leaks.
now for the no start or start and stall, when you turned the engine over with the air gap wrong on the crankshaft sensor you most likely damaged the sensor or the reluctor ring in the balancer, if you are not getting a proper signal from this sensor you will have either very late or very early ignition timing and either early or late injection pulse with, both of which and foul the spark plugs.
as for the cap and rotor, i am not sure, but there is a vent in the disturbor that goes into the engine and if the engine has to much blow by you might be getting gunk blown into the disturbor housing, but that is just a guess.
now as for it running on the stands and stalling when you took it down, that is a tuff one because there is nothing i can think if that would cause that, in less 1 it is low on fuel and when it was in the air it could pick up the fuel in the tank and when on the ground it can not or 2 when it was put on the ground it somehow put pressure on the balancer or crank sensor which couid happen if the air gap is to tight.
i hope this helps please let me know if there is any thing else i can do for you
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
i have ran into this problem in the past you may want to check your catalytic converter it may be clogged and need replaced or just removed some states you can remove it and just put a straight pipe.
Posted on Feb 15, 2012
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