Question about 2002 Mazda Tribute
2002 mazda tribute
I did not even remove the joint shaft. Take it out at the top. remove the bolts and bracket from the bottom and you can bring it out thru the top. Had to disconnect vacuum from firewall. Simpler procedure!!!
Posted on Jun 27, 2010
Ok im a mazda tech i won a price for doing this for mazda
alot of techs were taking off the drive shaft and mazda was paying to much for the warranty labor haha
loose and remove the alternator and move it out of the way
from the alternator braket
what going to do next is remove the alternator braket its 3 or 4 bolts
remove joint shaft too
remove it completely and you can remove the alternator its a snug fit but its been done and going back in its the same prossedure alternator in first and braket next
braket torque bolts to 29 to 41 ft lbs
Posted on May 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jul 12, 2009
The ignition power pack and (aka ignition coil) is located on the 2004 Mazda MPV at the end of each spark plug wire on top of the spark plug. The front ones are easy to replace and all 3 can be done in about 30 min. The back ones are another issue. I had to take off the intake manifold on the top of the engine to get to them. This was about a 5 hour job. The installation of the new unit is pretty simple once you gain access to them. you simply disconnect a clip on wire and take out one screw and reverse the process to put in the new ones. Factory units run about $80 each. You can get them at other locations in after markets for as low as $55. Good Luck.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
sounds like a wheel bearing maybe faulty from your text it sounds like it could be the osf you could try jacking vehicle up with engine off handbrake applied and in neutral spin the wheel and see if it makes noise or wiggle it to see if it has any play possibly take off greade cap and see if any grease in bearing /
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
SOURCE: how to remove radio
You need a pair of U shaped unlocking tools. They are available at stereo installer stores, or even best buy, I fabricated a set out of a coat hanger! You pop the bezel off around the radio, and the release tools get inserted on the left and right sides of the radio deck
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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