I Have 1999 Mazda 626 recently when I slow down and then exelrate the car chocks and sputters like it want to stall but does not, the check engine light flasses when thnis happens as well. on rare times when I start the care a belt squeels as well.
I have the same car and had the same problem with the engine wanting to stall out, I ran fuel injector cleaner through it and also an octane booster, i also changed out my plugs and wires and belts because i was also having the occasional squealing sound after i did all of that all of the problems have stopped and now my car runs like a champ
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check and or clean the (IAC) idle air control, this is what controls idling on most of todays cars and light trucks. if iac is removed for cleaning. clean out where it mounts to engine or fuel injection unit. good-day !
I have a 1997 626 2.0L 5speed when im driven it like rev limits cuts out around 3500-4000rpm, and when i rev it up and past 4000rpm it stalls, anyone have a idea whats wrong??? thanks i just replaced the crank sensor and egr and still. good power put cuts out
re-install belt, lining up the timing marks, crank to TDC #1 cylinder, cma pulleys have marks on them, line them up to the index marks as well. If you have a drive wheel in the air, you can pop the car into 5th gear (make sure it's chocked!) and rotate the wheel to turn the engine for alignment, etc. You can put a wrench/socket on the cam bolt to align it as well.
Sounds to me like a fuel related problem. When heavy accelerating more fuel is pushed through the system. I would check the fuel filter, and its possible its the fuel pump, but usually once the pump starts acting up, within a few days it will go out all together.