Question about 2004 Mazda 6
Ok it is one of two things causing your problem. It is either your IAC (idle air control vavle) or your MAF (mass air flow sensor). I would lean towards your IAC but you can actually clean both of these with some throttle body cleaner. The IAC is located on the throttle body and is held on with a couple of screws. The MAF is located in the air duct tube running from the air filter to the throttle body. It is normally some sort of square devise that is hooked up to something electrical in the air duct tube. I would start with the IAC, clean it up. If the car runs better, I would actually suggest replacing it. If that doesn't fix it up, clean your MAF, but you shouldn't have to replace that. If for some reason neither one of these fix it for you please let me know and we will work out way down the line to some more difficult things. Again, let me know if you have any further questions and thanks for using FixYa!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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