Question about 1991 Mazda 626
No problem driving it, but expect it to idle weird. That box is not really a neccesity, only to regulate the air coming into the intake. Now your not gonna be able to get that box at an auto parts store. Your best bet is to find a auto salvage yard, find a mazda: 626 dx,lx; MX-6 non-turbo or Ford Probe non-turbo model (year is 88-92). Just as long as it has that Ford 2.2 liter inline 4, your fine. Bring a 3/8's wrench with a 6 inch extension and a 10 mm socket, possibly a 1/2 and 12 mm, i can't remeber exactly. Also bring a phillips screwdriver and a pair of needle nose pliers. Remove the intake box and air mass meter and place them off to the side, DO NOT REMOVE THE AIR MASS METER ELECTRICAL CONNECTION. remove the mounting bolts off the box, carefully pull the intake hose and box out of the engine bay. and repeat the steps in reverse to install into your car. If you pull the part your self you'll probably pay less than 30 dollars (us). if you have them pull it, expect to pay more.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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