My 1995 mazda millenia hesitate when tiring to pull off rolls slow than get it's speed.also notice that my distributor wires has little spark like it has no fire which is yellow and weak enough that i can remove the wires without getting shock.what is this please help
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It sounds as though the distributor is giving up the ghost.
Can you hear any sparking inside the distributor? If so then the cap is tracked to earth and needs replacing. If you're not sure then remove the cap and look for any fine black lines which lead from the plug terminals to the base of the cap or to another terminal. These are conductive tracks and they drain away the current which creates the spark, so weakening the spark.
Is the rotor in good condition? If not then renew it.
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lift the car on lift end push/pull the wheel vertical. if find excessive play is your wheel bearing. run you hand on the tire back and for if you tire have bumps (every other thread) rotate tire across like X back to for.If the noise move to the front is the tire. Inspect you struts and suspention.
in the back. open the trunk, remove the liner that covers the spare tire. you will see a round metal panel. coupla screws. it's under there. if you are going to change it, i STRONGLY recommend you pull out the back seat. actually, all you need to pull is the upper part, but the lower has to come out to get to the upper. then you will have a huge amount of room. otherwise, you can go thru the ski hole, or lie in the trunk, but you wont like it
Get your tires checked out, you may have a seperated tire, or may need to get the balanced checked. and check your air pressure. then while your at the shop get your suspension checked out. while its up in the air.
try the simple solution first put your front tires on back and back tires on front. check your air pressure then take it for a drive and see if any thing has changed. if so you probably have a badly worn tire. if no change have someone move the steering wheel back and forth wyle you are under the fornt of the car (dont forget to chalk the wheels) and see if any of your steering components are loose/moving. if nothing is loose and your tires are good try to bounce the front end. if you can really get the front of the car going up and down pretty easy you havce bad struts/shocks.
1. Hard time for your drive train (clutch, cv joint, tranny, diff gears) , power steering, brakes 2. Slow acceleration 3. possible fender damage 4. turning radius problem 5. increase body roll and instability Advantages:
1. good ground clearance 2. softer ride
3. Enhanced off-road ability
tires your planning to buy can fit into your existing rims.
My personal opinion is for you to go for the bigger tires!