Need to change timing belt for mazda 626 engine year 1994
Need to change timing belt for mazda 626 engine 2.0L year1994
i need a copy of the two canshaft marks positions and cranshaft mark position for the new timing belt then i can print, to change my new belt
thank you for your help i did this before but now i don't have that inf.
avalible thank you again
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I have not had a Mazda but in cars I have had it seem to be something which reminds me of timing belt which has slipped a tooth. If your car has a timing belt and has not been changed at the recommended mileage it would be something to check into. Most of my vehicles have been GM and I have had to change 3 timing belt all before 65,000 miles. It never did any damage to my engine but as I understand foreign cars have closer tolerances and can damage valves and pistons. I am sorry I can't be of more help. If your car has not lost any power other than what you have stated it is probably not the timing belt.
FYI, did you know about this, sorry no specs, hope this could help.
MILPITAS CA USA
Make: MAZDA Model: 626
Model Year: 1999
Manufacturer: MAZDA NORTH AMERICAN OPERATIONS Mfr's Report Date: MAY 09, 2000
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 00V134000 NHTSA Action Number: N/A
Component: ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE
VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: PASSENGER VEHICLES. AN EXTERNAL SPRING IN THE TIMING BELT TENSIONER COULD BREAK.
THE BROKEN SPRING MAY GET CAUGHT IN THE TIMING BELT, RESULTING POSSIBLE ENGINE STALLING.
DEALERS WILL CHECK THE TENSIONER INSTALLED AND REPLACE IT IF THE VEHICLE IS EQUIPPED WITH THE AFFECTED TENSIONER.
OWNER NOTIFICATION BEGAN SEPTEMBER 28, 2000. OWNERS WHO TAKE THEIR VEHICLES TO AN AUTHORIZED DEALER ON AN AGREED UPON SERVICE DATE AND DO NOT RECEIVE THE FREE REMEDY WITHIN A REASONABLE TIME SHOULD CONTACT MAZDA AT 1-000-222-5500. ALSO CONTACT THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION'S AUTO SAFETY HOTLINE AT 1-888-DASH-2-DOT (1-888-327-4236).
They recommend changing these belts every 100,000 km. If you are not doing that in three years, Have it replaced then anyway. The damage caused to an engine when the belt breaks is extensive and expensive, so no need to take risks.
If you are going to try changing it yourself you are going to need a repair manual. Owners manual do not have this kind of information in them. You must follow the repair procedure exactly or you can damage your engine. To check the belt you must remove the front engine covers. Mazda recommends to inspect the belt at 60,000 and replace at 105,000.
Get one of the repair manuals for your engine from one of the auto parts stores in your area. Most community libraries also have a few books about vehicle repair, and you can copy the pages of the manual that deal with YOUR car/engine.