Question about 1995 Mazda MX-5
Miata mx5 95 was backed into. The pop up light was damaged.When repaired the lights would not go back down. The insurance company refuses to admit the proble was cases by the damage because the relay that was replaced is located behind the dash not around the damage. I know I read somewhere where this relay burns out trying to get the lights up.
Have it checked out by a professional body shop. If they determine the problem is related to a covered accident, then they can typically get it approved by an insurance adjuster.
Posted on Jan 22, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
se if egr is controled by vacium or electric
if it is by vacium then locate the egr solenoide and make sure it has vacium in one hose w/ engine runing if it does then replace solenoide
Posted on May 31, 2008
hi you should look at the timing belt for cracks but if there is no cracks it should be fine.the dealer probably just wanted some money
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
Try to check if there is something stuck to the motor of the pop-up lights mechanism. You can see it below the fenders. The fender liner should be removed.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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The headlights in a Mazda Miata are generally of two types. Some Miatas use the factory "flip up" style headlights, where a motor raises and lowers the headlight assembly out of the front bumper area. When this motor fails or when the headlights are not working properly, you'll need to replace the failed component. Replacement headlights are normally available from Mazda or from most auto parts stores if you need to replace the entire assembly. However, before you replace anything, you need to troubleshoot the problem. check for debris in the path and any loose or frayed wires.
Unfortunatly there is no adjustments, probably a weak motor.
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