Question about 1995 Mazda 626
I went to a mechanic to put a new idler pulley on my mazda 626 after a few hours he told me that i bought a wrong pulley and when i am driving my car it started to jump or looks like it want to die, what do yopu think is wrong with it?
Wait, you replace the wrong pulley into a better one? if so, here is a solution:
First off it's called an OBD II sensor, changing your fuel filter is a good idea but prolly not the answer...i would first check your air filter and the housing, then change the plugs and wires. Also could also be your fuel pressure regulator which is located on the back of your fuel rail pull the vacuum line off and check if there is fuel in the line. then the last two things I suggest checking is your EDIS box( that where your spark plug wires plug into away from the motor) and the Idler which is on the throttle body
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
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