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What and where is the choke mechanism of my Mazda 626 1999 2.0 is located

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  • roderick Barlaan Oct 15, 2010

    Okay thanks

  • roderick Barlaan Oct 15, 2010

    So all I need to do is clean the fuel injector so the rpm won't drop or goes up and down thanks

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A choke is a flap located at the intake port of a carburetor that when closed blocks the air flow making the mixture very rich to aid the start of the engine - it's commanded either with a cable by you or by a metal rod controlled by the temperature of the cooling fluid.
You don't have one since a 1999 626 doesn't have a carburetor, it has injectors.

Posted on Oct 14, 2010

  • Azrael SRL Oct 15, 2010

    If the rpm is unstable the first thing you should do is to have the fuel filter replaced, then the injectors cleaned and finally the engine inspected for faulty sensors - especially the throttle and air flow sensors. While you can do the first 2 very cheaply yourself, the engine testing must be done by a shop, with specialized equipment.

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