Question about Mazda MAZDA6
First thing to do is scan the vehicle computer with an OBD II scan code reader and see what error codes come up. This electronic tool hooks up underneath the drivers side steering wheel. Write the error code(s) down on paper and then look in the back of a Haynes repair manual. This will save time and pinpoint the exact component that has failed. Based on the information you have provided, I would check the MAF sensor and oxygen sensors. A bad O2 sensor will cause your vehicle to run poorly
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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