Question about 1993 Mazda 323
THE WATER PUMP IS LOCATED AT THE END OF THE UPPER HOSE FROM THE RADIATOR. THERE ARE NUTS USUALLY TWO (2) HOLDING THE PUMP. REMOVE THE UPPER HOSE AND LOOSEN THE NUTS.
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check timing belt timing on the cam gear and crank gear. if timing belt has 60000 miles or more. if they dont break first. they stretch enough jump out of time.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
pull one of the plug wires and find some way of grounding the wire without hurting yourself and have someone crank the car of there is no spark then its in the distributor or bad wires it sounds like a grounding issue don t think they used obd 1 systems then if your car has an obd 1 connection you be better ahead to have a friend who a reader tto check it for and it well dignostic tell you your prob
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
SOURCE: I need to replace my water pump
1 of 2 places , check to see if its running on your fan belt. if so its easy to replace. if you cant see it it means it located @ the timing belt, you will have to remove the timming cover and the timming belt, if you are willing to do so I can assist but it is difficult if you have no experiace. Why do you want to replace what seems to be the problem?
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
mad mazda ma is correct try replacing the thermostat first add anti freeze and water about 50/50 then if it does not overheat work on the over fuel problem. If it still overheats and boils out water you have a bad head gasket or cracked head gasket. For the overheating problem it could be many things besides the two I mentioned. For instance Bugs in the radiator or A bad radiator cap take the cap to the auto parts store and ask them to pressure test it if it is bad that too could cause it to overheat, if fact this is the first thing to do. If the cap is bad it will allow the water to boil If it has antifreeze and water it will not boil up to 220 degrees F. if the cap is bad it will boil at 212 degrees once the cap is good then do the thermostat. Then check that the throttle plate is closed when the engine is cold, is it? If no push on the fuel pedal once look to see if the plate closes, does it? No? Then the throttle plate needs to be cleaned. You may need to do a top engine clean to clear out the carbon in the engine. If it still overheats I would also check the catalytic converter since you have black smoke it is possible that it has plugged up and this to is causing it to overheat. IF you need more help post a request to e-mail you recieve.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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