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Mazda 323 Seems Like It's Flooding Out Mazda 323 1999 1.6 Automatic .Suddenly lose power and engine stopped .It's happened every 20 - 30 minutes. I replaced crank sensor (down), plugs, FUEL pump and Air filter,But same problem appear -- Sometimes the engine stops at a long stop at intersections. Then the car is hard to start again. When i loose power I feel the gaz pedal no effect . To start again the car i should wait 5-8 minutes. (Maybe second crank sensor ?) Please Help. Benn Thx

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I have the same problem with my daughters '99 Protege es 1.8. I have replaced the belt no less than 7 times in 30k miles. It's been towed 3 of those times. Twice on rainy nights I have done road side service. Always the alternator belt. I have replaced the alternator and the water pump because I was told they may be locking up intermittently. The only thing that really made a improvement was pulling the crank pulley and sandblasting it. The rough surface drives the belt better. I got the idea from the alt. rebuild place I use, They sand blast the pulleys when they do their rebuilds. Now I get a note about every 2000 miles,"Dad my belt is singing again" and I grab the sockets and snug it up again. And yes I keep a new one in the trunk at all times. Lots of luck, CB

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