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My 1994 mazda navaho seems to be vapor locking. How do i fix this


You need to know the fuel pressure. Just turning the key to on should cause the fuel pump to put high pressure in the fuel line to the engine and fuel injectors. If the pump doesn't turn on, there is an Inertia fuel shutoff switch in the power line going to the pump, so check that has not tripped.

If hard starting or running poorly problems, you could have a fuel pump that still works but fails to keep adequate pressure- a weak pump that needs replacing. If your Mazda has a fuel pressure test port, called a shrader valve, it is easy to hook up a fuel pressure test gauge to check fuel pressure. Autozone and maybe other national stores rent or loan fuel pressure testers.

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Where is the inertia switch located on a 2000 626 Mazda


You Mazda does not have an inertia switch like the fords do. The only things that control the fuel pump are the pcm, fuel pump relay, and the fuel pump fuse.

May 25, 2015 | 2000 Mazda 626

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Ive got a 93 mazda mx-6. the motor came out of a 97 ford probe 2.0. with that being said.. 2 days ago, i drove it down a bumpy road (slow) at a coast. it dies and won't start. ive looked everywher


According to the wiring diagram, there is no inertia switch on a Mazda MX-6. The fuel pump circuit only has a pump relay which is powered by a fuse and grounded by the computer.
And if the car did have an inertia switch it would not affect the ignition system.
If you have no spark and no fuel pressure I would check the circuits for the pump, coil, and computer at those fuse locations and beyond. Could have shaken something loose at the key switch or in the wiring.

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95 style protege fuel kick off switch location car just cranks but no fuel , pump will not turn on .


The fuel pump relay is located under the dash on the right side of the center console.



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1994 mazda b2300 turns over fine but won't start not getting fuel, i do not hear fuel pump when i turn key


There is a fuel pump "roll over" valve in the floorboard on the passenger side. It stops the fuel pump from running incase you roll the vehicle to prevent a fire. Check that the switch didn't trip from someone possibly kicking it or something. Then check any fuses or relays (swap relays if you have a spare or switch with the same on in a different slot). If everything checks out ok, then you probably need a fuel pump

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I am having a little trouble again...... What should the fuel pressure stay at for a 1994 Mazda B3000??


Turn the ignition switch ON to operate the fuel pump and check the fuel pressure. It should be 64-92 psi.

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I have 1987 Mazda B2200 2.2 ltre, turns, fires, no fuel psi.


I had something like this before. There is a fuel saftey switch near the gas tank right by the rear end. Its a roll over sensor and mine fell off the mount and I guess the truck thought it was upside down :)

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The fuel cut-off switch was activated by the impact. Had the same situation. I can provide you with mazda service manual in pdf if you wish.

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